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Getting my garlic on....

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  • Getting my garlic on....

    Last weekend I saw Sunny Anderson (Food Network for those in the US) make a roast pork shoulder. I was doing other things at the time, but recalled that she used about two heads of garlic.

    After doing some poking around, I found the site where the recipes from the show were.

    San Juan And Beyond : Cooking for Real : Food Network

    I made the pork last night. My yard and porch are indescribable. The dog is just walking around crying with her nose in the air.

    I absolutely could not wait for lunch. So the dog and I ate pork for breakfast. Now we both need breath mints.
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    Re: Getting my garlic on....

    Those pictures and that recipe look awesome. Going to have to put it on my to do list.