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Pork Stew w/Oyster Mushrooms

Pretentious but so good

Pretentious but so good

Oyster mushrooms… beautiful, delicious, and possessing a hipster pretension that’s off the charts. When I saw them at the farmers market I had to have them.

But back to the pork. These mushrooms have a deep, round and light taste. Pork stew’s perfect for maximizing their goodness. The stew itself is simple and comforting, like a big hug, and the additional splash of acid from fresh lime gives it that extra push.

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Braised Pork Loin

Braising doesn’t always take time.  With a little practice this elegant meal can go from prep to table in about an hour.

rustic & charming


This recipe calls for butterflying the meat in preparation for seasoning, a technique that adds flavor and saves on marinade time.

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