I've made many Pernil's. Most were good, some great, but this is the ONE! It can't get any better, I promise! What makes this Pernil rise above the rest is the combination of the soy sauce in the marinade, and the low and slow roasting.
Note: This is not a weeknight meal, I recommend seasoning your Pernil on a Friday night, maybe over some cocktails ;=) And start roasting early (really early) Sunday morning. The pernil will cook for about 10 hours, Your house will smell like heaven all day long!