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'''Pork''' is the meat of a [[pig]]. It is not seen at feasts as often as say [[beef]] or [[lamb]] because there can be a lot of bacterial and cooking problems faced when cooking pork, especially for a large [[feast]]. There are many delicious way of cooking pork though (mmm! pork spare ribs), and you can always remove the skin from your pork and roast it ('''mmm!''' [[crackling]]!). You can have [[pork pies]], pork [[meatballs]], pork [[stew]], [[suckling pig]]... so the list goes on.
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'''Pork''' is the meat of a [[pig]]. It is not seen at feasts as often as say [[beef]] or [[lamb]] because there can be a lot of bacterial and cooking problems faced when cooking pork, especially for a large [[feast]]. There are many delicious way of cooking pork though (mmm! pork spare ribs), and you can always remove the skin from your pork and [[roast]] it ('''mmm!''' [[crackling]]!). You can have [[pork pies]], pork [[meatballs]], pork [[stew]], [[suckling pig]]... so the list goes on.
   
 
==Recipes using Pork==
 
==Recipes using Pork==

Revision as of 04:56, 11 July 2007

Pork is the meat of a pig. It is not seen at feasts as often as say beef or lamb because there can be a lot of bacterial and cooking problems faced when cooking pork, especially for a large feast. There are many delicious way of cooking pork though (mmm! pork spare ribs), and you can always remove the skin from your pork and roast it (mmm! crackling!). You can have pork pies, pork meatballs, pork stew, suckling pig... so the list goes on.

Recipes using Pork