Seriously, this method looks like an incredible way to BBQ a pork shoulder.

Here’s a fun and comical look at something that we all take seriously: our BBQ. From the first shovel full of dirt you may think that this fellow is just kidding with us, but looks can be deceiving.

It’s not enough that he digs a hole in the ground that’s over his head, but then he proceeds to lay brick all the way around its interior. What could that mean? Probably that he’s constructing a veritable oven in the ground!

When it gets down to the business of the meat, you can tell right away that he’s been playing a part all along and that he’s about to rub, marinate, and cook the best looking pork shoulder you’ve ever seen.

Take a look and you’ll see what we mean:

Can we make this guy famous already!*I don’t own the rights to this video.

Posted by Gino Montalvo on Thursday, August 15, 2019

Yes, the fire will go out eventually, but only after having burned quite hot for a long period of time, and after creating the coals seen in the bottom. It burns long enough that the brick interior absorbs the heat, enough so to cook a large piece of meat and make it fall right off of the bone!

And who doesn’t like rice cooked inside of red and green peppers? Cooking a pig never looked so good and we officially would like a lesson please, including the marinade and the rub.

We’re wondering just how we can buy the house next door to this guy because barbecue Sundays just changed forever.

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