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Pork Roast “a la Paysanne” aka Slow Roasted Pork Roast on a Bed of Onions and Potatoes

Pork Roast “a la Paysanne” aka Slow Roasted Pork Roast on a Bed of Onions and Potatoes

ShareTweet Peasant Girl Pork Roast. Does that sound appealing? That’s the literal translation of this Roti de Porc a la Paysanne, a deliciously slow roasted pork roast on a bed of caramelized onions and potatoes. The subtle differences between French and English never fail to amuse me. I’m a language and history geek. I can’tContinue Reading

Meat is Love: Slow Roasting for Perfectly Pink Roast Beef

Meat is Love: Slow Roasting for Perfectly Pink Roast Beef

ShareTweet Meat is love. Back in college, I cooked for one. Broke and a little too obsessed with my weight, I walked to the supermarket and would buy two sea scallops to saute in butter and shallots, served next to a handful of green beans. My roommates thought I was insane, but I felt likeContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Roasted Pork Loin with Cider Cream Mushroom Sauce

Roasted Pork Loin with Cider Cream Mushroom Sauce

ShareTweet Something magical happens when you roast meats or vegetables. All the flavors intensify as the sugars caramelize and instead of getting dry and tough, everything becomes more delicious. And as a technique, it’s hard to find one with lower maintenance: just preheat, season, and roast. Using the same technique for both main course andContinue Reading