I personally think pork is an often under used and certainly an under rated meat, here you will find everything from staples such as home made sausages through to some of my favourite Fakeaway dishes. The humble pig provides a typically very lean meat that is often considered to have a tendency to dry out, however with a trusty meat thermometer you can create restaurant worthy dishes full of flavour that will convince the most porcine opposed diner!
I have been making apple glazed pork ribs for what feels like for ever, lets face it pork and apple and pork are a match made in heaven and it 'just works', as far as I am concerned it is just one of those food relationships that are unquestioned. This recipe was the first rib recipe in my InstantPot, to cut a long story short, it was not the last...
This BBQ Pork Sandwich is the latest in a number of BBQ pork ideas I have here on Krumpli, to date I have, slow cooker, oven and BBQ versions and this one rounds out my kitchen gadgets by being cooked in the InstantPot. The concept of this dish was to avoid the idea of a pulled pork sandwich but a beautifully cooked carving piece of meat with a lightly sweet fragrant BBQ sauce.
Just like the Hungarians the Spanish produce spectacular pork and paprika so there are natural crossovers in some of the cuisine which is where my thought process in looking at Spanish food started and the Spanish Pork Chop features just about the best meat I can buy locally and my favourite vegetable at this time of year, cauliflower.
This Skillet Pork Chop with Cabbage, Pear and Walnuts recipe just screams autumn in these parts, both pears and walnuts are pretty much ubiquitous in these parts and despite not having either a walnut tree or a pear tree in our garden I have not paid a single brass farthing for either of these ingredients since we moved here.
I am returning to my first love here, standing in the kitchen listening to loud music with lots of profanity, a spoon for tasting, glass or two of something red and some glorious ingredients. Cooking for me is a pleasure I never resent spending time at the stove, I love it and hopefully this honey roast pork loin reflects that.
This simple dish is a great fall back and is exactly how I used it, you may recall a couple of weeks ago I mentioned we had friends coming to visit and let's just say that their visits are usually an all out beer fest. This time was naturally no different, considering they were only here for 5 days (including one night in Budapest) we managed to consume a vast quantity of beer and to be honest cooking was absolutely the last thing I wanted to do.
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