If you like pork ribs, forget the barbecue sauce for a change and try Chuletas Can Can. If you like pork chop, well, the dish comes with that too. And to top it off is a layer of crispy-fried pork skin, or cuero, as they call it here. The rib, chop and rind combination is typically served with rice 'n beans and plantains. And there is one restaurant where you can try the original recipe: a famous place, at least for Puerto Ricans, called La Guardarraya.