This recipe will make enough for a crowd, around 40 tacos or so...but I love to freeze some for later when it's just for the family. You can always get a smaller roast and reduce the recipe. It's braised in fresh, real ingredients, and gets braised and then broiled, rather than fried, so that it's healthy for you while still being crunchy and juicy at once.
Preheat oven to 350°
Cut meat off the bone into large chunks. (Don't worry if you don't get it all, that bone will make a great broth later.)
Heat oil in large dutch oven, I recommend cast iron, until the meat sizzles when it touches it.
In batches of 2-4, sear the meat chunks on all sides to seal in moisture.
Meanwhile, place the onion, garlic, honey, orange juice, and lemon juice into the blender and blend until smooth.
Once all meat has been seared and removed from the pan, add the vinegar and deglaze (scrape a little at the bottom of the pan, and allow the vinegar to pick up the browned food for flavor).
Add the broth and/or beer, tomato paste, and bay leaves. Simmer and stir until tomato paste dissolves.
Place meat back into the pot, and cover with the blended mixture, all the seasoning, and then pour the broth over the top.
Place lid on pot and bake for 2 hours, then remove the lid and bake for 30 more minutes
Remove pork from pot and let cool until you can handle it (I speed the process by putting it in the fridge for a minute). Keep the pot with the juices to put the meat back into.
Once you can handle it, turn the oven to broil (HI) and shred the pork with two forks on a couple baking sheets.
Broil the shredded pork until it has the desired crispiness. Stir half way through.
Put shredded pork back into the pot with the juices (I stole about a cup out of mine to cook rice with), and toss it until it's covere.
Use it with all your favorite taco ingredients!
The nutritional information is figured as though you chose all beer in place of any broth, because it's probably the highest calorie and carbohydrate option, and I want to be as honest as I can. Also, this information isn't precise.