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Old 01-12-2010, 09:10 PM   #1
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Garlic Roasted Pork Shoulder

Last November there was a thread about pork and there was a link to a recipe in one of the posts. It was for a garlic roasted pork shoulder that was a traditional Christmas Eve dish for Cubans in Miami (and elsewhere too I suppose). The recipe in the link sounded really good so I clipped it and made it for dinner tonight.

It was a marinated Boston butt served with black beans and rice and a citrus mojo. WOW it was delicious!

The pork was truly amazing. Marinated in a ton of garlic and citrus and roasted, it was mouth-wateringly delicious. The black beans were also very good.

Here is the link to the recipe in a New York Times article from 1999.

In Miami, Christmas Eve Means Roast Pig - NYTimes.com
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