I have been experimenting lately with burnt ends- Pork belly works really well, is versatile and relatively easy.  You will need the following, besides a charcoal grill.  If you don’t have a Kamado style smoker then a Weber Kettle will work.  Just arrange the  charcoal in a daisy chain on the outer portion of the grill with a drip pan in the middle, starting the charcoal at one end so it burns slowly.  Adding wood every so often in your chain will allow for a nice smokiness.

  • Charcoal
  • 6 Lbs Pork belly, cut into roughly 1 inch cubes
  • dry rub
  • aluminum pans (at least 3)
  • foil
  • Honey
  • Brown Sugar
  • Stick of butter
  • BBQ sauce

The following video will show you how to make delicious Pork Belly burnt ends!  Enjoy

Daisy Chain the charcoal for an even slow cook