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Uses For Leftovers

I made Roast Pork for the ritual dinner last night.

Usually I put a berry jam glaze on my roast pork. But I forgot to buy the jam.

I did happen to have a half peck of apples and cup of caramel dipping sauce left over from the party last week.

So, I iced the roast with caramel and covered it with sliced apples (4) and onions (2). A little salt and pepper. A little cider to keep things on the bottom from burning.

Roast for 4 hours at 350 deg.

Very nice.


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That's what you did???? By the Stars, Zhade, I need cooking lessons from you! I'm afraid of pork roasts.

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Come on Girl! Don't let a piece of meat push you around!

I'm surprised Wolf hasn't gotten you to watch more "Good Eats" with Alton Brown


All you really need for any roast is a Digital Oven Thermometer/Timer Set the Oven to 350deg. Put the meat in a pan, stick the thermometer in it, set the doneness temp, set the alarm, put it in the oven, walk away.

I bought my thermometer for $6 at the grocery store.

Flavor steps like spices and fruit of vegetables are the next step. But a slow roasted hunk of meat really doesn't need much to taste good.

Pork tastes good with sweet things like apples, raisins, pineapple, and jam.

But your favorite spices should work fine.