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Pork & applesauce is great.
Pork is pretty d*****d good with about any fruit.
Any kind of cooked Apple, prunes, tomatoes, grapes, lingonberries, cranberries,
pears, mangos, plantains, the list is endless.
Gotta go with dad on this.
Be adventurous. Keep trying new stuff.



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Pork & applesauce is great.
Pork is pretty d*****d good with about any fruit.
Any kind of cooked Apple, prunes, tomatoes, grapes, lingonberries, cranberries,
pears, mangos, plantains, the list is endless.
Gotta go with dad on this.
Be adventurous. Keep trying new stuff.
if I have to cross the seven seas.........The best pork I ever et, was salt and peppered, roasted on an open fire on a stick, thats during the hog killing time............


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Grew up with pork chops and applesauce. Often homemade -- I remember having to turn the crank on the kind of sieve thing that squeezed the baked apple meat (no skin) through the screen.

Now, I LOVE roast pork -- it is simply my favorite. Even love Shake-n-Bake pork chops. That's right -- I said it! Like apples and love baked apples. Apple sauce? When I was a kid I did. With pork? Not so much. Not NEARLY as much as pickled red cabbage with it -- OMG!

That said one of my favorite meals is... A version of Bubble and Squeek we have afield. It is one pound each of
cooked bacon, cabbage, onions and apples tossed and simmered together.

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Grew up with pork chops and applesauce. Often homemade -- I remember having to turn the crank on the kind of sieve thing that squeezed the baked apple meat (no skin) through the screen.

Now, I LOVE roast pork -- it is simply my favorite. Even love Shake-n-Bake pork chops. That's right -- I said it! Like apples and love baked apples. Apple sauce? When I was a kid I did. With pork? Not so much. Not NEARLY as much as pickled red cabbage with it -- OMG!

That said one of my favorite meals is... A version of Bubble and Squeek we have afield. It is one pound each of
cooked bacon, cabbage, onions and apples tossed and simmered together.
A UK favorite.....two old fat ladys did the bubble and squeak on the cooking channel, man I miss those two.................They even hunted for the game they cooked...................
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Get yourself about an eight-pound Boston butt pork shoulder roast (not a picnic cut). Make a rub with plenty of smoked paprika (available in most groceries, you don't have to use the imported Spanish stuff), garlic powder, onion powder, salt, lots of coarse-ground black pepper, and a little dried thyme. Massage it into the roast thoroughly and triple-seal it tightly in heavy-duty foil. Put it in a 9X13 baking dish or roaster pan and place in a 225 degree oven for about five hours. After a couple of hours the fragrance will drive you, your family and your neighbors insane for the rest of the cooking time.

All the fat and connective tissue will have melted into the meat, which will be falling off the bone, moist and tender. The Boston butt is the most flavorful cut of the hog, in my opinion.

Do the roast that way and you won't give a good brisk damn whether you have applesauce with it, though that couldn't hurt...



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