Found this recipe from the Food Network (Emeril Live). It's delicious! Whether you're an anchovy-lover or not, try this recipe -- it's sweet, salty, and a little nutty (not fishy at all). I substitute whole-wheat pasta, split this recipe in half, toast some crusty bread, and it's the perfect dinner for 2.
This is my mom's basic pork giniling (also a variation to her Corn Giniling). The annato powder (or achuete/achiote) can be found in ethnic supermarkets. It adds a mild flavor and a rich color to the dish. Leftover giniling can be used to combine with scrambled eggs to pan-fry and make torta.