on December 8, 2011
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This is the perfect cold weather dinner. Leave your links, here.
This post was written by LW who has written 167 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Wow, the first one to leave a reply. This was a great recipe, although not with the chard, because I couldn’t find it. But I made it with spinach and it tasted great. I can’t wait to see how you made it and if you liked it.
This was a pleasant surprise – I loved it:
I was underwhelmed by this one. I suspect I accidentally omitted salt or something. It tasted bland. I’ll try it again at some point. To make up for my disappointment, I have pumpkin stuffed with everything good in the oven right now. Mmmmmm
We really enjoyed this week’s recipe. But went with crackling!
I played around with the recipe and adapted it for one. Pan Seared Spinach Stuffed Pork Chop with Ruby Port.
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This went over really well in our household.
Loved it. (link will be active at 12:05 AM on Dec 9) http://wp.me/p1Juyy-5S
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An easy but impressive way to roast a pork loin.
I went the pork cutlet route too – the perfect weeknight meal!
I missed the Matafans, but have them made up for breakfast time and that post will be up tomorrow, in the meantime, we had a finger-lickin’ delicious pork roast for dinner!
This turned out to be GREAT!! perfect cold weather dinner. What a treat.
We couldn’t find the chard, but collard greens worked really well.
I agree that this is a great dish for this time of year. We loved it at our house…great winter food!
Here’s wishing you all a very happy holiday season. December is such a great month for all us foodies!
Maybe one day I will learn to cook pork properly. Sadly, that day did not happen this past week.
I’ve yet to eat it hot but I can attest to the fact that it’s delicious cold :)
Nana knocked it out of the park with this one…..while I am still playing catch up :) Happy French Friday everyone !
This is a ‘keeper’ says my daughter. Happy French Friday, everyone!
I thought this was SO bland and boring.
I thought this was a beautiful impressive roast perfect for a special dinner, the Swiss chard stuffing was delicious and pretty.
We loved it!
As you will see, I butted heads with a Vegetarian this week. Not that there’s anything wrong with that. Not at all. Needing to substitute the FFWD choice-of-the-week, I took the opportunity to bake Marie-hélène’s apple cake. Turning lemons into lemonade (or, rotten apples into apple cider, so to speak). I LOVED THIS and thank you, Dorista’s for writing such wonderful Blogs about this particular cake recipe. I’ll be “back-on-the-same-page” next week but am loving your comments on the pork roast. As for me, Porky Pig is still alive-and-well here, still happily residing in my backyard.
I’ve been MIA the past few weeks, but happy to be back this week. I adapted this one used a pork tenderloin, added a few things to the stuffing, and wrapped the tenderloin in prosciutto. We also made Dorie’s Herbed Spaetzle, sauteed in brown butter and sage. This turned out beautifully!
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We’ve been MIA from FFWD – hope to be back on a more regular basis now!
Just back from a week long stay at the hospital and some fairly major surgery. I’m late posting this from last week since the recipe wasn’t posted until the day of my surgery and though I made it the night before surgery I didn’t have time to write about it. Hoping to catch up on the pork next week.
Also just starting to go through last week’s posts and this weeks – it’s hard to sit up for very long so it’s a bit slow going.
Happy French Friday!
http://lyabroudy.blogspot.com/2011/12/kale-stuffed-pork-roast-french-fridays.html – very good, and kale works fabulously!
I’ve never eaten pork, but I must admit that this one does sound good. I think my husband would love it! I’m still trying to catch up — only 9 days late on my Matafan post! http://joracooks.blogspot.com/2011/12/ffwd-matafan.html
We really enjoyed this but I could have used more stuffing per bite! Delicious!
A little late posting, but here it is. I stuffed pork chops instead of a roast and loved it!
Here’s my catch up post, finally!
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