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Pork and Mushroom Terrine

Pork and Mushroom Terrine

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  Two French creations – pate and terrine are always welcome guests on my holiday table. They can be easily “dressed” to catch your eye. They are delicious – I don’t know anybody who dislikes these dishes. Even my husband, who doesn’t care about the […]

Pork Ribs in Tomato Marinade

Pork Ribs in Tomato Marinade

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  “It is not fun to cook shrimp kabobs for a dinner on a grill. Heavy rain, thunder and lightning ruined my idea tonight. Buy-buy, spicy marinated shrimp. See you some other day” – this is what I thought two days ago. I needed to […]

Holiday Ham

Holiday Ham

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    Holiday ham was the last thing I wanted to eat at any holiday feast. It was always too salty and/or too sweet – you couldn’t taste the meat. But I adore those old-fashioned cookbooks picturing huge chunks of glazed ham topped with oranges […]

Porchetta

Porchetta

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    Generally speaking, any pork roasted with herbs and spices typical for this dish can be called porchetta. In old times, in Italy, porchetta was made from a whole pig. It was first deboned, then the meat and the fat along with its skin […]

Turkey Roulade (or Pork Roulade)

Turkey Roulade (or Pork Roulade)

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    If you are not in a mood of dancing around the bird in the oven while roasting a whole turkey for an upcoming holiday, you might love this recipe. Preparing (‘unfolding”) the fillet for the stuffing is the most complicated part in making […]

Pork Ribs in Puerto-Rican Adobo Mojado

Pork Ribs in Puerto-Rican Adobo Mojado

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  Literally, the title should be: Pork ribs in the Puerto Rican wet marinade. Adobo mojado (wet marinade), along with adobo seco (dry marinade) are the two major food additives in the Puerto Rican cuisine. They are used almost everywhere: for meat and fish, poultry, […]