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Bonfire Night Spicy Pork

Such fun on Clapham Common tonight. Have finally discovered the stress-free way to take young kids to huge firework displays – Peltor Kids Ear Defenders. All the fun of the atmosphere – crunchy leaves underfoot and huge bright lights overhead, with none of the bangs that they hate. Bliss.

Ended up taking 5 kids up with us as my neighbour was stuck in traffic, it was great fun but it was equally great to be back home, nice glass of red in hand, cooking up some pork.

First, I cut the fat off, and fried this up separately over a high heat, then drained and sprinkled with salt for homemade pork scratchings. Delicious.

Then I fried up the pork with carrot, garlic, five spice, rice wine and soy sauce. I cooked a separate pot of rice with chicken stock and chopped cauliflower. Then mixed it all together in the wok at the end. It felt right for Bonfire night, somehow.

1 comment:

  1. Kath, that sounds great... must give me the recipe!!