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Old 10-26-2007, 08:00 AM   #11
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How about posting the Cider Braised Pork, too? Those pictures are making my mouth water.
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Old 10-26-2007, 08:07 AM   #12
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Jay:

I'm glad everything came out so good. Looks like a great meal! Nothing wrong with the photos either.
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Jay:

I'm glad everything came out so good. Looks like a great meal! Nothing wrong with the photos either.
hey thanks man, your tips/corrections made an enourmous difference in the tiramisu.

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How about posting the Cider Braised Pork, too? Those pictures are making my mouth water.
Its a pretty quick and easy recipe:

-pork tenderloin(2-3 lbs)
-1 cup flour
-1 cup apple cider
-salt and pepper
-1/4 cup cider vinegar

cut the raw tenderloin into half inch medallions. dredge in flour/salt/pepper and shake off the excess. brown tenderloins on each side... 1-2 minutes in some oil. return all tenderloins to a deep frying pan and add 1 cup of apple cider. get a good simmer and cover for 10 minutes. add the cider vinegar and simmer for another 5 minutes. remove the pork and serve immeditely.

You can add some cornstarch to the left over cider in the pan and make a sauce to drizzle over it but i usually eat the pork as its already very tender and flavorful
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Everything looks Deeeeelicious!!!!Thanks for the eggplant recipe.I was getting bored with rice stuffing or onion and garlic stuffing. The barley stuffing is a welcome change.!!
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Old 10-26-2007, 12:56 PM   #15
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Your dinner looks lovely. Can't wait to make the stuffed eggplant. Thanks for sharing.
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Your dinner looks lovely. Can't wait to make the stuffed eggplant. Thanks for sharing.
no problem guys, hope you like it
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Old 12-18-2007, 05:23 PM   #17
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Older thread but I'm having fun looking over your menus!! I think I'd like to do a cider reduction with the last of the cider and drizzle over - yum. great simple dish!
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Older thread but I'm having fun looking over your menus!! I think I'd like to do a cider reduction with the last of the cider and drizzle over - yum. great simple dish!
thanks, they are alot of fun to make... and apples and pork have always been a favorite combo of mine
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