Pork Bbq With Banana Ketchup Glazing
This a dish that is easy to prepare and best eaten with a concoction of vinegar and garlic dipping sauce. Some folks like eating this barbecue with pickled shredded papaya (also known as Atsara) on the side.
I always buy pork butts from Asian Supermarkets because I can always ask the nice guy behind the meat counter to slice the pork for me. So, when I get home, all I have to do is cut the meat into the width that I want. Of course I can slice the meat myself but if someone else can do it for me and it’s part of the price of the meat. . . why not? By the way, in case you are wondering. . . Pork Butts is not actually the ass of the pig. Okay, I shouldn’t be saying ass here, oops my bad, I said it again. They call it butts because it is the butt end of the shoulder.