Photo of the Day: December 27, 2018

Justin’s falling-off-the-bone pernil for a Christmas party we had this past weekend. It marinated in garlic and spices for three days and was cooked for 10 hours. The result was unbelievable. Each bite burst with flavor (and leftovers made for an excellent sandwich the next day).

Photo of Day: September 5, 2018

Justin’s mother’s masterful rendition of pernil (pork shoulder). It is cooked covered for three hours and 15 minutes, then the top is removed for the remaining 45 minutes in order to achieve a crispy skin. The meat was tender, juicy, and bursting with an unmatched flavor. As for the skin, when chopped into pieces, it…