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    Ragu of pork loin, spicy pork sausage, San Marzano tomatoes, peppers, onions, and mushrooms on a bed of spaghetti squash topped with a combo of pecorino romano and buffalo mozzarella. I can be primal AND Italian
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjgh View Post
    Put the pork into an oven at 125C for 6 hours. Switch the grill/broiler on and crisp up the top - keep an eye on this so as it doesn't burn. Cook some veggies, serve up.
    Thanks much. I will have to try this next week after marinating it in something yummy.

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    Wow! I really enjoyed my dinner tonight!

    Carrot & Coriander soup with bacon, spring onions and micro-garlic cress.



    ... and minted lamb cutlets with green beans, stringless beans, peas, courgette, leek, lamb's lettuce and Gevrik cheese over a balsamic jus.



    Gevrik is a Cornish goat cheese.

    Yesterday, pork chop with creamy mushroom sauce and a warm celeriac remoulade.


    living in the ice age: Warm Celeriac & Cabbage Remoulade

    Preceded by a DIY hollandaise!


    living in the ice age: DIY Hollandaise

    ... and the day before, a seriously nice panna cotta dessert.



    Passion fruit, local honey and a slug of gin. A real treat!

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    Yorkshire Forced Rhubarb:



    ... with Panna Cotta:


    Interested? Rhubarb Triangle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    "Rhubarb is a native of Siberia and thrives in the wet cold winters in Yorkshire. West Yorkshire once produced 90% of the world's winter forced rhubarb from the forcing sheds that were common across the fields in the area." ... I like that

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    Lamb kebabs with a mint raita:


    Keema Mutter ... minced beef with peas:

    living in the ice age: Keema Mutter

    I was very happy to find some 100% organic agave syrup from Mexico on the shelves in Tesco. I have no idea how I'll buy it again ... I found it in the wrong place, just left on a shelf. To work ... little drizzle over pears:



    Keeping in season, purple sprouting broccoli with perfect partners: PSB with chicken and a mushroom, pork and Dolcelatte cream sauce:



    PSB:

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    Fun tonight ... a warm Salmon & Squid Salad:


    living in the ice age: Warm Salmon & Squid Salad

    ... that's lunch for tomorrow, so it'll be cold, but it'd be fine warm.

    Dinner was poached salmon over a coriander cream with asparagus and sauté potatoes:

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    That salmon + squid salmon salad looks exquisite! I love both so much, what a great combo! And I see olives tucked in there. You know the score, pjgh!!
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    Tried something new today. I cooked sea bass sous vide in butter. Topped with some fried shredded leak and micro greens, On the side for flavor is a roasted red pepper coulis and a cilantro/lemon coulis

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    Dinner today for carb up

    pound of chicken
    steamed carrots, spinach, and broccoli on white rice in a chiptole apricot orange sauce
    baked sweet potato with maple syrup infused greek yogurt
    baked french and sweet potato fries
    some raisins and chopped dates
    homemade honey mustard
    and over in the cup is some spicy pumpkin mustard I made. WAS REALLY GOOD.


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