Cooking a pig in a fire pit bbq is a fun and exciting experience ideal for a large party, family reunion or a number of friends over a nice summer day. It will take some here we are at preparation, and also to fully cook the pork. Be sure to designate an area where it will build a fire pit bbq if you do not have one already.
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- Make sure the fire pit bbq is bigger than the pig by a foot (30 cm) on each side, and that the parts are correctly aligned. The best objects to align a BBQ pit with bricks or large rocks the size of your head are stacked. This is to ensure uniform distribution of heat cooking.
- Make a big pile of coals to be approximately 10-12 inches (25-30 cm) deep and covers the entire area where you want the fire to cook the pork. The use of wood takes much more time to stack and ignite the coals, so these are your best bet. Make a layer of charcoal and light it, and then another layer of diffusion of carbon on top. Once these coals begin to turn, keep layering the remaining coals until you reach the desired depth. Want all coals burn when you put the pork in the hole.