OT: best pork roast recipe *ever*

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I have had an irritating (not crushing, not debilitating, just annoying)  
headache for several days, and I finally decided to try a bit of extra  
protein to see if that helps... so I'm treating myself to a pork roast.  
I rarely eat pork even though I prefer it over most meats, simply  
because most pigs are raised in appalling conditions and I can't afford  
to eat the organic free-range meats very often, not to mention that my  
husband is vegan and I don't like to subject him to the smell of cooking  
meat!

Anyway, I have a pork roast recipe that I LOVE, and it may be attributed  
to either the Cherokee or the hillbilly side of the family, but either  
way it's insanely delicious!

You need:

A small, covered roasting pan
A pork roast... the cheaper the cut, the better. Shoulder is great.
1/4 cup whiskey
1 bottle of beer
salt
pepper
granulated onion or onion flakes (or you could mince a few tablespoons  
of onion)

Put the roast in the pan and drizzle the whiskey on it. Salt and pepper  
on all sides liberally, and sprinkle with onion powder. Pour about 1/4  
of the beer on it, then cover and bake at 325 for three hours, *without  
peeking*!

Remove from oven and let sit for a half-hour or so. (Still no peeking!  
It lets the steam out.) Pour about 1/3 to 1/2 the remaining beer into  
the roasting pan, and let it mix with the drippings. Slide the roast  
around in the pan a bit to help mix the drippings and beer, then spoon  
the drippings/beer mixture over the roast. It should be falling-apart  
tender. Serve with a spoonful of beer drippings on each helping. You  
won't need to cut the roast; it will pull apart with a fork easily.
--  
-Kalera
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Re: best pork roast recipe *ever*
That sounded so good my mouth is watering.

--
Starlia Klopman
www.klopmanstudios.com


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Re: best pork roast recipe *ever*
OMTP
Try throwing a beef roast in at the same time. When its chilled it slices up
nicely for sandwiches.
Diana

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Heart and soul can make up for technical lacking in any form of art, but let
the heart be lacking and all the perfection means nothing.

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Kalera,
  Thanks for the recipe, sound great.
  It reminded me of when I used to get migraines and I didn't want to take the
pain meds, I'd make myself a Stinger (brandy and white creme de menthe). I
don't know whether it took the pain away or made me so high I didn't care any
more, probably the latter.
  Hope your pork roast did the trick!
  Patti

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I have a really GREAT pork roast recipe that's an old secret of our  
family dating back to 8:49 PM on September 6th, 2004.  Some family  
members swear that it was a Sunday.  Who knows, some things are best  
left unknown!  Hey, I bet if you threw a beef rib eye roast in the pan  
with it, then chilled it, it'd slice up nice the next day for  
sandwiches.  WOW, where do I come up with these great idea?  I amaze  
myself!  =-O

Ray

Re: OT: best pork roast recipe *ever*
You must be clar.... clair... umm. clerv... cerva.....?...
Who are you and what are you doing with a mini gherkin up your nose?
Diana

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Heart and soul can make up for technical lacking in any form of art, but let
the heart be lacking and all the perfection means nothing.

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Re: OT: best pork roast recipe *ever*
Um, Ray? You didn't happen to test all the stock in the bar, didja?  You  
know, to see if it was all still fresh?

--  
~Candace~

Orphan Beads ~low cost and bartering for the financially challenged beader~
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Re: OT: best pork roast recipe *ever*
Fair lady, thou knowst me far too well.

Ray

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Shhhhhhhh!  We'll just use that bottle for the non-tippers.  So tip your  
bartender.......you don't want to be known as a non-tipper do you??????

Ray

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Re: OT: best pork roast recipe *ever*


If my bartender has been sampling all the goods, I'm sure he's tipping =
all on his own:)

  Shhhhhhhh!  We'll just use that bottle for the non-tippers.  So tip =
your bartender.......you don't want to be known as a non-tipper do =
you??????

  Ray

  ~Candace~ wrote:

*giggles*  eeewww backwash in the Kaluha!

  Fair lady, thou knowst me far too well.

Ray

~Candace~ wrote:

    Um, Ray? You didn't happen to test all the stock in the bar, didja?  =
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know, to see if it was all still fresh?


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Re: OT: best pork roast recipe *ever*
Now you are talking. A beef rib eye roast.
We get our rib eye roasts from a place in Scotland. It comes from  
suckler herds. The same firm supplies HM Queen with meat. We think if it  
is good enough for her it will be good enough for us.

I rub the fat with mustard and pepper. No salt because it makes the meat  
lose its juices.  Put it in a very hot oven for 20 mins, turn heat down  
to number 5 and cook for 15 mins a lb. for rare, plus 15mins. for medium  
or an extra 30 mins for well done.
Delicious hot with Yorkshire pudding and lashing of gravy.

Great for sandwiches the next day cold.

Shirley





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Shirley Shone

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Shirley,

    Do you hapen to have a recipe for Yorkshire pudding? We use to have it
all the time but since have lost the recipe.

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Nicole
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Re: OT: best pork roast recipe *ever*
Yes I will send it too you later today. It is downstairs.
Shirley





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Shirley Shone

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That sounds succulently divine!

-Kalera
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Re: OT: best pork roast recipe *ever*
Oh it is. I have just been a bought a shoulder of pork joint to try out  
your recipe.
What type of beer do you use and what size bottle is it.. In UK we have  
many types.
Shirley




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Shirley Shone

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I used a 12-oz bottle of a delicious medium-brown ale. The whiskey I use  
is Kentucky bourbon, but I think any whiskey would be equally good.

-Kalera
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Re: OT: best pork roast recipe *ever*
Well I made it and we have just eaten it.
I used Scotch whisky and Newcastle brown ale.

DH, Ds both said they enjoyed it. It was quite tasty.
Thanks for the recipe.
Shirley






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Shirley Shone

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Mmmm, I love Newcastle brown ale!

I'm glad your family enjoyed it. :)

-Kalera
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Ray, you crack me up!

-Kalera
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