Friday, 10 August 2012

Food on Friday: Pork


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This week's edition of Food on Friday is all about PORK.

According to the great Stephanie Alexander, pork goes well with:
Apples
Celery
Cherries
Chillies
Fennel
Garlic
Ginger
Lentils
Maple syrup
Mushrooms
Mustard
Olive oil
Onions
Pears
Pickled cucumbers
Potatoes
Prunes
Red cabbage
Rosemary
Sage
Salad leaves
Sauerkraut
Sour cream
Soy sauce
Spring onions (scallions)
Star anise
Thyme
Tomatoes
Turnips
Watercress

So as per usual, please put your links to posts about pork into the Mr Linky boxes below.  It would be great if you checked out some of the other links after you have linked in.

Update: I have now made a Pinboard for these links.  Click here if you would like to see it.

Don't forget that previous Food on Friday's are still open for new contributions or as a source of inspiration if you are trying to figure out what to do for a meal or with a particular ingredient.  They are all listed in a sidebar to the right just under the list of cryptic crossword clue types.

Have a lovely "porky" week – not literally, of course!


31 comments:

  1. Thanks for hosting and for inviting me to link up. Afraid I linked up twice, thought I was editing the first link up.

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  2. Hi Carole! Thanks for hosting and for the invite!!

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  3. Looking forward to some nice pork recipes. Thanks for hosting, Carole!

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  4. Thanks for the invite, Carole. I brought 3 of my favorite pork recipes from my blog! I can't wait to see what everyone brings :)

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  5. Hi! Thanks for the invite! I linked my pork and yam recipe :) Will definitely follow you.

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  6. Thanks for the invite to link up! Have a great day!

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  7. Thanks for hosting. The only pork recipe I could find was an older post I did about a warm bacon dressing. I hope it is ok I linked it up.

    Thanks for the invite.

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  8. I thought I was asking for my name. That's the one that says Jennifer. I tried again a second time with the name of the recipe. Oops =)

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  9. Thanks for the invite! I linked the Pork Fried Rice, but didn't get the title of the recipe to show up. Perhaps next week :)

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  10. Thanks so much for the invite Carole!! Have a great weekend!!

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  11. So many great looking pork recipes!

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  12. 1st time of linking my recipe. Another great blog to explore and opportunity to know new friends. Thanks Carole!

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  13. Thanks for the invitation to join this link party Carole! I've added the pork patty that you enjoyed. :)

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  14. Carole,
    Hi!
    I would have been here sooner but have had a headache. Or well.
    Thank you for hosting.
    I have linked Pork Medallions with Sage and Mustard Sauce.
    Pat

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  15. ha! Posted a recent one.... I got lots of pig recipes...

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  16. I entered an oldy but goody - my Dry Rub recipe.

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  17. Thanks for the comment on my blog, and the follow! I have linked up a recipe for lovely apricot glazed pork chops, and it's kind of funny because I just made them again the other night! :)

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  18. Hi Carole, thanks so much for the invite once again! Really enjoying your blog!

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  19. Thanks for the invite, Carole. I am following you now, as well. Looking forward to seeing what food you are featuring next week!

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  20. Hi Carole! Always look forward to a Food on Friday.
    I've got a few new ideas from this one - love the fig stuffed chops!

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  21. Thanks for invite! I'm here with a crockpot favorite! Pulled pork in mango BBQ sauce.

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  22. Thanks so much for the invite I cant wait to dive in and see all the other links

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  23. Thanks for inviting me. I linked my sausage casserole and one of my kids' favorites, crock pot pizza.

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  24. Thanks for the invitation, Carole - and what a great collection of links you have for pork!

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  25. Thank you for the invite to participate in this link party. Pork is such a great theme! I linked up Kalua Pork in the Slow Cooker.

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  26. Hi Carole - thanks for the invite and the follow! I am now following you as well and I love the food themes!

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  27. Better late than never I added my pork wellington! Thanks for the invite!

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  28. Thanks Carole, I am falling in love with Pork; especially since getting a Smoker this past Summer.

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  29. Hi Carole Happy Easter. I have added how to make a perfect curry paste from my curry blog. This is a great base paste for many curries and uses fennel seeds, if making a lamb curry mint could also be added.

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