My personal choice was Boon's, as overall his meat was flawless. For the girls one, the meat was very tender for the siu yoke, but I didn't care much for the porchetta, which was dry, but can't really blame them, as it was sitting out there for quite awhile, and I think it needs to be eaten hot.
But, the ladies of Crack Pork won the popular votes.... by show of hands.
And which Glenlivet paired well with the Siu Yoke? Actually, all of them go extremely well with siu yoke, which is the ultimate alcohol finger food I reckon.
Thanks for another great Glenlivet Guardian event!!!!