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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It's been a strange spring, very wet and cool.
My herb garden has reflected the weather: strange.
The thyme is still dormant (or dead) but the sage is thriving.
And that's why, in May I made braised pork – because it's cold.
It's flavored with sage – because the sage has never looked nor tasted so wonderful.
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We bought new house phones yesterday.
That would be the 'royal we'.
Mon mari couldn't be bothered to look at them. As he refuses to answer it if it rings, he didn't see the point in actually attempting to render an opinion.
Since he knows nothing about phones (not having used one in years) I concurred.
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