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Pulled Pork Stew with Olives and Chickpeas; and: May I Introduce… — 22 Comments

  1. If doing dishes lands me a ticket to France, I’m all for it! ๐Ÿ™‚
    Thanks for the kind words, Katie!

  2. fennel seeds! i bet that’s great with the pork. i have a slow cooker that i’ve used only once, but i’ve been meaning to give it another try!

  3. Oh yay! I’m so glad to see the two of you hitting it off ๐Ÿ™‚ Thanks for participating.

  4. I’ll go. For the cooking classes! Wouldn’t that be great! But then I think that would be great just about any place away from Dallas.
    Crock pot, slow cooker I used to have one. I guess now I use the oven & cast iron.

  5. That sounds fantastic and just right for this time of year.
    Group discount for Argentina? ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  6. Argentina I hope to visit you in France some day.
    I am in luck because I love Brussel sprouts and olives, but maybe not together.
    All these people that want to be mentioned, hummmm. Not me if too many people start reading my blog the presure would be more then I could handle.

  7. I love the idea behind Adopt-a-blogger. (In theory – my schedule is already seriously over-booked!) This sounds delicious. All those great spices plus olives, could not possibly taste anything but fantastic.

  8. Wonderful combination, as ever!! And sounding very intriging.
    the idea to introduce new bloggers is thrilling. Just carry on. ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. Hola Katie! As always, you make me smile with your post!!!! I’ve been in the “adoption program” also, what a great idea! Will post about it soon, meanwhile will visit your adopted blogger.
    Buenos Aires must be a thrill!
    The pork recipe looks so savory!!! I don’t usually use olives in my dishes… maybe I should try this. ๐Ÿ˜€

  10. Peter, okay, I’ll play nice. And, none!
    You’re welcome, Michelle. Maybe I should get a group together!
    Katy, I had one…back when they were called crock pots!
    Me two, Tanna, the crock pot is long gone! Argentina is nice this time of year….
    Kristen, you had a great idea! It’s fun!
    Mike, I’m working on it!
    Shayne, the door is open and we have room ๐Ÿ˜‰
    Kaly, what’s a schedule? I just seem to frantically do what’s on top. God only knows what’s at the bottom…
    Genie, okay, you’re on the list!
    And Ulrike…(this could be big!)
    Colleen, you’ll enjoy the challenge… usually…
    Helene, thanks, it’s been fun.
    Nuria, give it a try! I think using olives is more French than Spanish.

  11. What a great bunch of ingredients! I love the pork addition!
    You are so nice introducing us to a new blogger. Fantastic idea as it sometimes is hard to get yourself rockin’ and rollin’ in the blogsphere. I just visited her lovely site and will return to it!

  12. What a fabulous dish and thanks for sharing new food bloggers with the rest of us…ummm…seasoned – ya, that’s the word.

  13. I love your blog so much, and there are just some differences with others’. Hope there will be more wonderful things in your blog. Happy every day!