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    Times are hard in Greece (can't afford electric)- decided to make gemista (stuffed tomatoes - Greek style) went to switch the oven on ..... then remembered the wood oven outside!
    Lit oven - prepared the tomatoes (I've done them before - there's a photo on one of my posts) phoned hubby to tell him the oven's lit - he bought a kilo of pork on the bone. In a casserole ceramic bowl I bought in Bulgaria - I threw in

    Pork (2 large pieces)
    can of lager (amstel)
    cup of boiling water with half a chicken stock cube (dissolved)
    onion chopped
    garlic chopped
    tbsp honey
    left till time to cook

    after the gemista had finished I cooked three frozen tyropitas (cheese pies - puff pastry)
    then I made saganaki (baked feta with spices and tomato)
    and finally put the meat in and closed the door for the night till 6am.
    Took it out at 6am - FANTASTIC!

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    Re: Pork in lager

    No, no, no.....wheres the pics....
    The English language was invented by people who couldnt spell.

    My Build.