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Puertorican birthday feast for my Navajo son!

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Makes sense, and I think I've had that. One of my best friends is Muslim (Nation, from NYC) and he's married to a Puerto Rican woman. Though he still doesn't eat pork himself, decades of such an arrangement have made him tolerant of his grill/smoker/and kitchen pretty much being all pork all the time... LOL

 

While pork is taboo is some religions, it's absolutely sacred of some cultures, mine included... LOL

 

Looks delicious!  Care to share that recipe?

 

 

It's a Puertorican meal WhoDat.

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Happy Birthday Joe! Nice job Mode Red. You can cook for Bday anytime.

Well you're not telling your bday or your gender on your profile so some lucky jealous person probably already has your bday meal booked! ;-)

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Makes sense, and I think I've had that. One of my best friends is Muslim (Nation, from NYC) and he's married to a Puerto Rican woman. Though he still doesn't eat pork himself, decades of such an arrangement have made him tolerant of his grill/smoker/and kitchen pretty much being all pork all the time... LOL

While pork is taboo is some religions, it's absolutely sacred of some cultures, mine included... LOL

Looks delicious! Care to share that recipe?

It's a Puertorican meal WhoDat.

I have a recipe for my pernil on here already, but I am constantly improving my technique. Stay tuned and I'll post an updated recipe that blows the old one away without much extra effort!

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