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  1. Juanita
    Juanita at | | Reply

    I discovered your site from bodyrock.tv and I decided to give that recipe a try. I don’t have a rotisserie skewer, so I had to cook the pork in a large square pan uncovered. It was delicious and will be a repeat in my kitchen for sure! Next time, I think I will try collecting the marinade and heating it in a small saucepan to make a sauce to accompany the pork. Mmmmm…
    Thanks for an awesome recipe!

    1. Jos
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      Hi fellow Bodyrocker! You can just bake it regularly and turn it over halfway. It should work too. Collecting the marinate and make it as a sauce is a great idea as well! Thanks for visiting :)

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  7. goatsandgreens
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    That looks lovely! I may adapt my pork picnic roast I plan to serve Sunday to something like this!

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  9. Kath (My Funny Little Life)
    Kath (My Funny Little Life) at | | Reply

    Oh, wow! This looks totally amazing!! I love all the spices you used (and their combination), and I’m so much going to make this! :D

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      Yay! Let me know how it turns out :D

  10. buttoni
    buttoni at | | Reply

    Man, this looks really good. Just wrote this recipe down and will try it next pork butt I cook.

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      Nice! Let me know how it turns out :)

  11. stle57
    stle57 at | | Reply

    Yes, thank you!! Where did you get the Rotisserie skewer? Does it have to be hanging in the oven? Probably huh?

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      You’re welcome. My rotisserie skewer comes with my oven. I just got the oven from Walmart for $50 (GE brand).

  12. Melissa "Melicious" Joulwan
    Melissa "Melicious" Joulwan at | | Reply

    Thanks for this! I’m SUPER excited… been wanting to concoct a recipe for this myself. And now you’ve done the work for me. YAY!

    1. Jos
      Jos at | | Reply

      You’re welcome! Let me know how it turns out and thanks for visiting my little humble place :)

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