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Old 09-18-2007, 07:05 PM   #11
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What did I serve with it...
well considering the crowd we went pretty simple. A choice between regular baked potato or baked sweet potato, steamed mixed vegetables, salad and various cakes for desert.

If I were really serving it for a dinner party instead of a large crowd I would offer it up with a wilted lettuce salad, and bacon braised potatoes sprinkled lightly with fresh grated Romano cheese and a cold glass of German Spatlese. Apple crisp for desert with coffee.


Stuffed pork chop--yes, that would be another way to achieve a similar meal, but the presentation of the spiral on the plate is hard to beat.
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Old 09-18-2007, 07:13 PM   #12
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...Stuffed pork chop--yes, that would be another way to achieve a similar meal, but the presentation of the spiral on the plate is hard to beat.

I agree.

I was only suggesting the chop as a way to try out the spinach and feta stuffing since you were concerned about the flavor of the cheese overpowering the pork.
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I agree.

I was only suggesting the chop as a way to try out the spinach and feta stuffing since you were concerned about the flavor of the cheese overpowering the pork.
duh.... GREAT idea--ok I know what I am having Friday night!!!
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Old 09-18-2007, 07:58 PM   #14
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Lovely job, Jeff!

Next time, don't forget to take a photo of the cooked and sliced finished product on the cutting board or plated, to show us!

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