Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil)

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2010/09/09 15:04:42 (permalink)

Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil)

Thanks yall for the warm welcome back, as always the recipe is in the video(s)...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbN9Z_IC0sQ
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XzKkcpKac5Y
 






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    Mosca
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    Re:Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil) 2010/09/14 21:47:30 (permalink)
    A couple questions.
     
    1) For the cabbage; what is that a bag of? I couldn't understand you in the video, and I couldn't read the bag.
     
    2) At the end of part one, the text says to keep it under the charcoal grill at 375* until an internal temperature of 160*; but in part two, you say that it has an internal temperature of 200*, from the probe in the convection oven; is something missing? Did you take it off the grill and then put it in a convection oven? Or did the temperature rise after you took it out of the grill, and you used the convection oven probe to measure it? This is unclear.
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    Re:Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil) 2010/09/15 09:15:19 (permalink)
    Serious eats did a post on pernil earlier this year. 
     
    http://www.seriouseats.co...rk-roasted-recipe.html
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    Re:Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil) 2010/09/15 09:25:05 (permalink)
    That last still picture takes my breath away JB! I'm going to try this!
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    Re:Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil) 2010/09/15 10:09:04 (permalink)
    The bag was cajun holy trinity,
    I started the roast on a charcoal grill, pulled at 160 internal then finished it in the convection oven.
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    Re:Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil) 2010/09/15 13:07:41 (permalink)
    Thanks. This looks seriously good, like something I want to make for a football game party. "Cajun holy trinity"; celery, onions, and green peppers?
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    Re:Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil) 2010/09/15 16:34:48 (permalink)
    Mosca

    Thanks. This looks seriously good, like something I want to make for a football game party. "Cajun holy trinity"; celery, onions, and green peppers?


    Yes Google trinity... Pernil , it's really good
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    Re:Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil) 2010/10/11 23:19:09 (permalink)
    hey 007 Im new to the website and I'm just starting to find out how much I enjoy cooking, surfing the website I found a lot of your recipes and they pics all look great. You seem to be a pretty knowledgeable post to follow and I just watched your Youtube video and pretty great stuff, someone needs to get you a show brother. Keep cooking 
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    Re:Cajun grilled pork shoulder (Pernil) 2010/10/12 03:29:38 (permalink)
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    Mosca

    Thanks. This looks seriously good, like something I want to make for a football game party. "Cajun holy trinity"; celery, onions, and green peppers?


    Yes Google trinity... Pernil , it's really good

    Mosca-
    There's a difference between the "Trinity" and the "Holy Trinity".
    Cajun Trinity:  Onions, bell peppers and celery, the three most often used ingredients in Cajun/Creole cooking. 
    Holy Trinity:  The Cajun Trinity with garlic added. 
    Mirepoix is the French name for a combination of onions, carrots, and celery.
    post edited by Foodbme - 2010/10/12 03:37:02
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