Isn't this an even more beautiful sight? And it was really good . . . even Wendell said, "Ho, dat was some good meat!" It was very tasty, and mostly it was VERY TENDER. I portioned out half of what I bought and saved the other half for another day.
And here's my usual Lit'l Smokies so as not to waste a good fire.
Except I did waste one Smokie.
As a side dish I decided to make an omelet using the bambucha eggs, also from Keeaumoku Produce. I once called some local government agency (I forget which one) and asked how you can tell when an egg is fresh. The lady said that after you crack it, if the raw egg has body and height to it and is not flattened out, then it's fresh. These eggs were really fresh.