This time, the crowd-pleasers include a gooey dark chocolate cake and a pork belly
Today I'm making the perfect Sunday lunch, or something suitable to grace the table at any dinner party, a fantastic piece of pork belly
stuffed with, among other things, two of my favourite things to eat with pork, black pudding and apples.
is one of the most valuable primal cuts of the pig carcass (Marcoux et al.
Gently pull the pork belly
apart using two forks and mix with enough of the reduced sauce to bind together.
PULLED PORK SLIDERS (makes 8 buns) INGREDIENTS 2kg pork belly
For the mirepoix (flavouring): 25ml vegetable oil 1/2 onion, peeled and quartered 1 stalk celery, halved 1/2 leek, white only, halved 1 carrot, peeled and quartered 2 cloves garlic, bashed 1 cinnamon stick 1 star anise 1/2 orange, halved 1 red chilli, halved 1/4 bunch coriander stalks 40g fresh root ginger, peeled and roughly chopped For the cooking liquor: 125ml Madeira wine 1L chicken or vegetable stock 1tbsp soy sauce 2tbsp hoisin sauce 1tbsp honey To serve: 8 brioche buns 25g stem ginger in syrup, finely sliced 1/2 Granny Smith apple, finely sliced mirepoix ingredients and brown well.
In America, they favour pork belly
or side pork - we call this streaky bacon, this is quite fatty but perfect diced up in stir-fries and roasted in cubes in casseroles.
The restaurants appear to serve cheap cuts of meat, for example pork belly
and offal, and charge high prices.
5kg boneless pork belly
, with rind FOR THE MARINADE: 2tbsp coarse sea salt 1tbsp ground roasted Sichuan peppercorns 2tsp five spice powder 1tsp freshly ground black pepper 2tsp sugar METHODS: PIERCE the rind side of pork with a sharp fork or knife until the skin is covered with fine holes.
Instead, I opted for the slow roasted pork belly
(PS11), also asking if the children could have child-size portions of the same dish.
The Sheraton's Denver Restaurant Week menu includes a starter course choice of crisp pork belly
with bourbon mustard; grilled flatbread or baby Tuscan kale salad.
The winemaker suggests pairing it with frogs legs or sweetbreads, among other things, but if those items are not on your menu, then we suggest enjoying it with chicken braised in olives, capers, onion and green bell pepper or with a pork belly
banh mi sandwich.
Anyhoo, tonight's it's pork belly
with crackling (drool), and clever ways to sex up frozen veg like spinach and broccoli.