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Old 09-29-2012, 03:16 PM   #1
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Last Phriday's cook...

-starter smoked sardines with a zesty salad
-main course pulled wild boar back/spine stew with Phries

Sardines were marinated in garlic,olive oil,salt,pepper.
Salad consisted of mixed green lettuce,tomato,onion,shallot,olive oil,vinigar,salt,pepper.

The wild boar back/spine was brined in salt,water,chardonnay (didn't had red wine),soya,ground black pepper and ground juniper berries...rubbed with Byron's Butt rub.

APhter smoking it was cooked in olive oil,butter,mustard,brown sugar,red wine,L&P,thyme,rozemary,juniper berries,bayleaf,cinnamon stick,onion,tomato,red bell pepper,garlic,chorizo,leek,shrooms,cayenne,smoked paprika powder,cumin and the lePhtover brine.






































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Old 09-29-2012, 03:18 PM   #2
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Awesome Phu!

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Rich dang flavor there Mon!
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That stew looks wonderful, Phu. Reminds me of a Mexican dish called birria. I'd hit that over and over.
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Phubar, that looks exceptionally exceptional!
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Y'all may have outdone yourselves right there - and that's a tough job!

How did you like it? It really looks amazing. It seems it might be hard to tell with all the seasoning going on, but can you tell a diPhPherence in Phlavor between regular pork and wild boar?

Hope y'all are good - I'm missing you guys!
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Just when I think I'm starting to know what I'm doing, I see another of your posts. Thanks for keeping me humble. what a cook.
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Looks Phantastic Phu. You and Padawan sure make lots of great looking phood..
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Another fine cook Phub

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That stew looks wonderful, Phu. Reminds me of a Mexican dish called birria. I'd hit that over and over.

I was inspired by a Portuguese dish called "gizado".
I lePht out the potatoes and carrots and gave it my own twist.



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Y'all may have outdone yourselves right there - and that's a tough job!

How did you like it? It really looks amazing. It seems it might be hard to tell with all the seasoning going on, but can you tell a diPhPherence in Phlavor between regular pork and wild boar?

Hope y'all are good - I'm missing you guys!

Miss you too Bro'!

Pork and wild boar are 2 different things...wild boar is more "beePhier" than pork and has more Phlavour.
Can't compair it to anything else.
Dang...we wanted to serve you wild boar last time you were here.
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