Rob got an incredible deal on pork the other day–only $1.27 per pound. He bought a huge package of it. He marinated some of it for 24 hours, then grilled it. It was a huge hit! We served it with salad and home-frozen cauliflower with mozzarella cheese on top. Yum!
2 cups soy sauce (we buy gluten-free soy sauce by the gallon at Cash and Carry to keep the cost down. I’m sure you can buy the gluten-filled kind in bulk as well)
2 cups water
Mix soy sauce and water in large zip-top bag and put pork chunks in to marinate in the refrigerator for 24 hours. Rob did about 2 pounds that night. Right before you barbecue the meat, drain off 1/2 of the liquid and add:
1 cup brown sugar
Rub the outside of the bag with your hands, or shake the bag, until the brown sugar coats the meat and mixes with the liquid.
Heat the grill to 350 degrees F. Cook for about 25 minutes or until pork is cooked through. It may take more or less time, depending on how big your chunks are. If desired, once the pork is cooked, turn the barbecue to “smoke” setting and smoke for 1 hour. Enjoy.