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Old 04-29-2012, 09:48 PM
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Beautiful work Doug.

Some amazing meals in this thread. Great inspiration to get my oven finished asap.

Keep up the good work

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Old 05-07-2012, 04:12 PM
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Agree with you 100% Matt, Doug is a legend.
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Old 05-09-2012, 11:13 AM
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Doug, man, my mouth is watering just looking at your pictures, thanks for all the recipes and photo's they are very inspirational.
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Doug,

You have inspired me to try a pork roast for mothers day this Sunday. I have already tried just crackle by itself and was a little skeptical about the no oil, but it worked a treat.

Thanks and wish me luck all....

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Fantastic looking recipe!

Thanks for sharing pics of the great cooking you are doing in your oven!
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Old 05-11-2012, 09:04 PM
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Hello Doug - thanks for the kind words.

I have certainly found the collaborative nature of this forum incredibly informative and a great learning experience. So many people offer time and information for free to help others which makes it such a worthwhile experience coming here.

Your contribution - with the amazing attention to detail... right down to the presentation and step-by-step intsructions - stood out to me as representing a really good example of a valuable contribution. After reading the preparation instructions and looking at the pics I am urged to give it a go too.

Looking forward to seeing more of your gastronomic delights displayed around here.
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Old 05-13-2012, 12:06 AM
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Gudday Doug
Made you Morocan spicey chicken pizza last night ....coupla changes plain mozarella cheese and low fat sour cream
That was the greatest pizza and was a big hit with all...thanks again for you for sharing your cooking this way
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Old 05-18-2012, 12:15 AM
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Hi Cus,

Sorry I missed your post the other day, I am glad I have inspired you to try the salt only crackling.
I hope your mothers day roast pork went well, you are right to be skeptical about the crackling only needing salt and no oil, lemon juice, vinegar or any other liquid.
The idea is to dry the skin out, so it does not need any added liquid
Worked a treat, best crackle ever. I do not think I will ever worry about the crackle on a pork roast again as I will just spend the extra $2 and buy the skin/fat alone. Pigs are getting leaner and leaner and it can be difficult to find a pork leg with a good amount of fat under the skin.

Here is a pic of one of the side: classic Brussels sprouts with bacon.

I par boiled the sprouts for a couple of minutes and then put in oven with fatty smoked bacon at around 260oC until caramelised mixing to make sure they are all well bathed in bacon fat! Came out very well, a very underrated veg which is coming into season.

Thanks again, I eagerly await any of your posts.
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Cus - that looks awesome. I grew up near a sprout farm and loved it - nuthin like the store bought version that is for sure.
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Cus - that looks awesome. I grew up near a sprout farm and loved it - nuthin like the store bought version that is for sure.
Was there a peg factory nearby too?
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