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Old 01-16-2014, 01:20 PM   #21
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Those little white hats are called "stockings." Easy to make yourself.
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Old 01-16-2014, 03:59 PM   #22
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They are also called frills in some places.

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Crankin, How did your pork roast turn out? And how did you fix it to serve for New Years dinner.
I actually came down with the flu about 2 days before New Year's so I haven't had a chance to make this yet But I am hoping to in the next couple of weekends!

I agree with what I've read here that doing the trimming yourself would be ideal... but this is something I would do maybe 1-2 times a year so there would really be no opportunity to gain proficiency. I'll leave it up to the butcher and pay a little more
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I actually came down with the flu about 2 days before New Year's so I haven't had a chance to make this yet But I am hoping to in the next couple of weekends!

I agree with what I've read here that doing the trimming yourself would be ideal... but this is something I would do maybe 1-2 times a year so there would really be no opportunity to gain proficiency. I'll leave it up to the butcher and pay a little more
Remember to ask him for the trimmings and bones, so you can use them in soup.

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