He had a leftover piece of roasted pork loin in the fridge. And not much else. So...I thought I would make something fast with it to eat. I diced it , added some Roasted Onion Marmalade, ( I called it confit, but got seriously corrected). A bit salt, good dose of freshly ground pepper, and a bit of fresh thyme. That would have been fine for me, but he made me chop some figs he had marinating in port. My plan was to make empanadas, but I ran out of time. Instead, I rescued some ciabatta crusts we cut for something else. Heaped it on the crusts, in the oven for a few minutes. It was a really tasty supper substitute at 10pm.
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  A Tasty Pork Appy Lorraine He had a leftover pi...
oh my, that does sound good! Isn't it fun having chutneys, confits, marmalades, etc. in the frig??
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  Re: A Tasty Pork Appy cjs oh my, that does sou...
"Isn't it fun having chutneys, confits, marmalades "

He had a red top full of the marmalade for a catering gig the next day. Sure would be fun to have access to his kitchen every day. I'd still love to do the empanadas with it.
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  Re: A Tasty Pork Appy Lorraine "Isn't it fun having...
Jennifer keeps looking at those things and wants to toss them - if it's been in the fridge 3 days it's gone! She's tossed figs, poblanos, carrots, romaine - that she's seen in the fridge 2 or 3 days in a row.

We've had to come to terms with it.
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  Re: A Tasty Pork Appy Harborwitch Jennifer keeps looki...
Yeah Sharon, but who won?
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