This is the last of the outdoor cooking recipes of the season.
I had planned on posting it before we left but life got in the way,
Think of it as a last chance to use the grill if you get a day or week of warm weather.
Or roast the pork or save the recipe for next year.
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This is it!
This is my last slow-cooker recipe for the season.
It’s coming off the counter and will be tucked away, along with the raclette grill, until fall. You can find more details on raclette grills on kitchenettejen.com‘
We eat with the seasons and this is the season for grilling, salads and lighter foods.
I know a lot … Continue reading.....
Apples are traditional with pork, and the flavors, obviously, work well.
Calvados is apple brandy but regular brandy or white wine will work.
You have two choices with this dish….
Cook the pork just until done and still slightly pink in the middle or cook it an hour or two or three longer, until it starts to fall apart.
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Last week I wrote about counting calories.
Very good idea.
But unless you're buying prepared food that lists the calories (and contains enough salt to float a ship) how do you know how many calories are in stuff?
Well, you can look everything up in a book or online…. And this is a good site for that. (I used it … Continue reading.....
Once again I am without part of my kitchen.
I am not pleased.
It would appear that I have seriously offended the kitchen gods.
First the fan on my oven burst into flames.
We replaced it.
Then it started smoking.
We hauled the thing back to the store where we bought it. They kept it for 3 weeks – while … Continue reading.....