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I Could Probably Wolf Down 20 in One Sitting, If I Didn’t Watch Myself!
What an easy recipe for your grill – and aside from the time to marinate, it won’t take you all that long to make, either. This Filipino Barbecue Pork on a Stick combines a touch of the exotic with all of the great familiar flavors of American BBQ. This is sure to be a hit at your next cookout or tailgate party, or maybe you’d just like to wow your friends and family with something amazingly delicious! I can never resist grabbing a couple of tasty skewers of barbecue chicken or pork when I see it at the Chinese buffet.
I was itching for an excuse to break out the grill another time or two, and I have to say I was rather well rewarded. Definitely worth staying outside for a moment, even if the weather is getting colder. Yum!
Plus, if you’re going to make this outside all you have to do is put your hat and gloves on if the weather is starting to get nippy. Trust me, it’ll be well worth the effort.
Recipe and photo courtesy of When Adobo Met Feijoada
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Quick tip: This is the perfect recipe for family gatherings!