Yucatan Pork, Border Grill

Chef Mike Minor slow roasts a massive hunk of pork shoulder in a combination of bright red achiote paste and orange juice for four hours, wrapped in banana leaves. Enjoyed with fresh, warm tortillas, there’s an earthy, smoky and slightly sweet flavor to lusciously tender pork. $24, in Mandalay Bay, 632-7403.

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