Discussion in 'Pork' started by fire it up, May 7, 2009.
Well you've been gone for a while, but you came back with a beauty. That looks delicious. Points from me for this one!
This is one of our all time favorites, also known as cochinita pibil. I've got a big ol' hunk of piggy in the freezer and the banana leaves. I even have the sour orange juice. I think this will go on the menu next week.
Thanks for the beautiful pictures, they sure made me drool.
Great Post & Pics! Points!.....Thanks for posting that.
Yeah Man!....that is quite a gig ya did! Looks tasty!
Wow that looks amazing!
I've done that recipe a couple of times in the slow cooker & it turns out great (although I cut back on the cloves, not a big clove fan).
I have wondered if smoking would work. Looks like it will. That lime juice variation sounds good. Nice job.
This is about the best looking Puerco Pibil I've ever seen around~ outstanding job FiU! Eaten a lot of it in my life and the lime juice variation is better as far as I'm concerned. All good tho, and if you like it, well, heck...you like it.
Banana leaves are springy and thank your assistant for the pic. Good job on the step-by-step, by the way. Nicely done.
Excellent post, and thank you for sharing. Definite points!
Nice job with the recipe, step by step, and Q VIEW. Going in the to do pile!
You definitely got a winner there. Looks great and thanks for the pics.
Never have heard of it, but sure looks awesome! Thanks for sharing, and looks like a must try!
Wait? Where did it go? This recipe looked fantastic and my Mom just got 50 pounds of pork chunks from Omaha Steaks... I was going to make this, now I'll have to wing it!
No worries, http://www.bigoven.com/161703-Puerco-Pibil-recipe.html I posted mine on here but can't find it right now. I found a pic from the UDS but the recipe eludes me at the moment.
what, are we hunting for snipe here?