Chinese Pulled Pork

The other day I couldn’t resist a boned shoulder of pork. It was a small piece, only one kilo, about two pounds. I wasn’t quite sure what to do with it so I didn’t cook it until the next day. I decided that I wanted pulled pork but something different. I looked through the spices … Continue reading

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Chinese pork tenderloin with wild rice and baked courgette

The warm weather has made a lot of the veg grow and some that we would normally be eating by now has only recently taken off. It has been a strange year for growing but there are now some lovely bean flowers. It seems I might get my first ever goji berries! I picked some … Continue reading

Cured, slow roast pork belly – melt in your mouth soft and that crackling!

It has been another long week, Sunday night and now is time to have a think back. Last weekend was so lovely, Sussex is so green and so many flowers in bloom! This weekend was spent at home, the weather turned at the end of the week so perfect weather for a picnic! The allotment … Continue reading

Bank holiday fruits

A short update – went to stay with friends in Sussex and had a lovely time! Ate way too much, breakfast from Dave’s Caf yum! Managed to help myself to some gorgeous looking little apples (to become jelly), a truly delicate flavour and can’t decide what to match it with in terms of flavour, to … Continue reading