Caribbean Pork Roast Recipe
This Caribbean pork roast recipe is perfect for your next tropical themed dinner party or for entertaining on your boat. We use an oven in this recipe, but if you don’t have an oven on your boat, you can easily make it in a slow cooker. If you were at home, you could also use a Dutch Oven, but because it has to cook on the stovetop for at least three hours, I wouldn’t recommend doing that on a boat (at least a small boat like ours).
The Love of Caribbean Food
Since our honeymoon in Antigua back in 2003, Scott and I have visited the Caribbean annually. We love everything about the islands, including their food. That’s why I make it as often as I do Italian food. One of my favorite Caribbean cookbooks is At Blanchard’s Table: A Trip to the Beach Cookbook.
Their first book, A Trip to the Beach: Living on Island Time in the Caribbean was about how they opened a restaurant in Anguilla moving from the East Coast. I recommend both of them! Of course, if it’s about sailing and the Caribbean, I recommend a ton of books!
Back to the Pork Roast
This pork roast recipe can be used on a Pork Loin, Pork Tenderloin or Pork Shoulder Roast. It’s best to make the marinade the night before and let it marinate overnight.
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