#AtoZChallenge – Kalua Pig

Angi

Angi grew up in southern Arizona but now lives in central New Mexico with her husband, two sons and four dogs. She creates, she responds to Yoast support requests, and she loves to ramble on about anything. When not doing those, she can be found slaving over the kitchen stove cooking for her family, curled up with a good book or watching any one of her favorite TV shows.

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  1. Gail Baugniet says:

    Still catching up on A to Z Challenge blogs. Spotted your hula dancer and was pleased to see a recipe that didn’t feature pineapple or coconuts! I won’t tell you how much weight I’ve gained eating Macaroni Salad.
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  1. May 7, 2012

    […] of my favorite meals is kalua pig, lumpia, pancit (recipe below) and King’s Hawaiian sweet rolls. For dessert, we usually serve […]

  2. September 29, 2012

    […] are having a Hawaiian themed New Years so we are serving kalua pig, King’s Hawaiian sweet rolls, pancit, pineapple upside cake, and lumpia. And to drink, […]

  3. October 1, 2012

    […] Kalua pig – If you’ve ever been to a luau, you’re mouth probably hit the ground with the fantastic taste of the pork that came out of the ground (imu for those in the know). Now you can make a tastes-almost-like-the-real-thing version at home. We use aluminum foil because it’s hard to find ti leaves here. […]

  4. September 18, 2013

    […] #AtoZChallenge – Kalua Pig […]

  5. April 28, 2014

    […] If we ever found ourselves headed to Puerto Rico, I'd be sure to coincide our trip with Saborea, a huge festival celebrating the local food. You'll get to see cooking demonstrations by culinary personalities and taste food from the islands finest restaurants. There can't be a better way to learn about a culture! I think the lechón, charcoal spit-roasted pig, because it sounds so much like one of my favorite Hawaiian dishes, kalua pork. […]

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