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Old 09-22-2012, 11:15 AM   #121
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Since I'm spending a couple of nights in my new city digs, I went out and had a pork loin chop, rare (still cold in the middle), with rice pilaf, and ice cold tomato-celery salad. One bottle of Carmenier and one bottle of Barbera.
Rare pork ? not for me !

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Old 09-24-2012, 01:02 AM   #122
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I'm not watching this...I have a suspicion it will turn me off of meat...which I really don't want to happen.
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I'm not watching this...I have a suspicion it will turn me off of meat...which I really don't want to happen.
Agreed. I heard nasty stuff about pork years ago and wouldn't eat it for years....I love my swine and I'm not giving it up again!
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Old 09-24-2012, 01:25 AM   #124
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nah, it's cola over pork...........nothin bad.

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nah, it's cola over pork...........nothin bad.
I don't believe you. Not watching it.
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Trichinosis is not much of a problem these days. It is caused when swine are fed infected swine. It used to happen on the farms but it doesn't happen any more. It is against the law to fed livestock with animal proteins. Thereby eliminating Mad Cow Disease and Trichinosis. If you buy pork from the grocery store, your chances of getting pork infected with trichenella is very slim.

Now, if you are shooting and eating wild hogs, there is a possibility they have fed off dead hogs that are infected with trichinella. In this case, it is recommended you cook wild pork well done.

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Bbq'd chicken, red potatoes, zuccinni and squash casserole, mushrooms and onions. Wash it down with still warm homemade brownies. Life could be worse.

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Last night, a salad. Tonight, whatever I pick up on the way home from work. I'm trying to empty the refridgerator for my move.

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Just ate two turkey sandwhichs on a roll...late night at work..

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Pork tenderloin with fennel, roasted balsamic Brussels sprouts and red beans and rice

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