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Pork is our go to meat. We embrace pork in all its forms and while we do enjoy some traditional recipes, we are always looking and exploring for new flavors to experience pork with. When meal time comes around we ask, What Dish Is In Your Porkcast?
Living in Miami, fortunately, there is no shortage of amazing ways to enjoy pork in every possible Latin style you can imagine. Our go to celebration foods are Cochinita Pibil, a specialty from our Mexican friends, and pork made with the famous Cuban Caja China (Chinese box), a wooden box where the pork is housed that has a top lid where the charcoal is laid out to cook the pork. Yes, you won’t tire of saying YUMMMMM as you savor this slow roasted pork!
On that note, pork is also an everyday affair and we do enjoy it as a comfort food as well. Case in point the traditional Cuban Sandwich. Sometimes a good thing can become amazing, and I think chef Josh Capon’s recipes hit the spot for a rainy day. This is perfect for our rainy summer and hurricane season. You will love his idea to press down the sandwiches on the grill! Pay close attention for Josh Capon’s secret for a juicy roast:
With our seemingly endless South Florida grilling season, pork is what we choose to pair with our doctored up corn followed by a flan or tres leches for dessert. In our constant quest to indulge in pork in all its flavors, I think his quick and easy rub recipe will do wonders for our next grilling session this weekend that promises great pork smoky flavors. If the sun is out, be sure to make these Smoky Hot Pork Chops
As you can see every climate pairs well with pork. Rain or shine, pork does make for a fantastic meal for any occasion. As a matter of fact, it makes for a great culinary tour or gastronomic exploration. What do you say? What Dish Is In Your Porkcast: Sweet and Spicy or Smoky for your next pork adventure?