Wendell made this sometime last week. I didn't get to taste it until a few days later, but it was still ono.
The recipe is from What Hawaii Likes to Eat.
5 to 7 pounds pork butt
3 tbs. Hawaiian salt
1 tsp. liquid smoke
10 to 12 ti leaves, ribs removed
Cut 1-inch slits around pork and rub surface with salt; brush with liquid smoke. Wrap pork in ti leaves then tie with string. Wrap again in foil and seal tightly. Roast at 400 degrees for 3 hours or until done. Remove from pan and shred pork before serving.
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