Wednesday night on Guam only means one thing to me.....another opportunity to BBQ. Everyone's got to eat dinner so why cook inside when you can grill outside. Fun factor.......10.
One of my favorites and very quick to prepare are my Pork Butt Shish Kabobs over a nice hickory wood fire. It only takes about 5 minutes to cut up the pork butt. Another couple of minutes to marinate it and rub it all down and it is ready for the grill. I do cook it slow at about 325 for 1 hour. That is low to medium grilling heat and it softens up the already tender pork butt. And it just gives me more time on the grill, which I like.
Here are a few photos of what I cooked....
Ready for the grill!!!
Just placed on the grill.
First turn. I turn and cook all four sides.
After about an hour these are ready for serving.
That's about all there is to it. Oh, what is my marinade you ask? Well a liberal dose of Worcestershire sauce. That's it. And the longer it marinates the better. But 20 minutes is good enough. That's about the time it takes for the fire to burn down to where you want it. And here is the link to the rub that I use, Rueben's Rib Rub.
Well I hope you try this recipe out. It's quick, easy and delicious. I'm sure you'll be glad you did.
Until next time....