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Updated: 2015-05-18T15:13:16.300+08:00

 



Hi Barbara! I also love pink! Even when people m...

2007-01-14T19:16:00.000+08:00

Hi Barbara! I also love pink! Even when people make fun of me for being too girly...hello, that is what I am! :) A local department store here is stocking up on all kinds of pink kitchenware and I am totally smitten!

Thanks for passing on the pork skin info...I must try that one day! :)



I love the pink apron, I love anything pink. I saw...

2007-01-13T14:20:00.000+08:00

I love the pink apron, I love anything pink. I saw a tv show recently where they removed the skin from the pork, cut it in strips and baked it in a separate pan.



Hi Midge! Thanks! I'm glad you liked Sango and C...

2007-01-09T18:12:00.000+08:00

Hi Midge! Thanks! I'm glad you liked Sango and Coop...I knew you would :) Those Japanese goodies are tempting...even though I don't know what half of them are...so, yes please post about them with explanations! :)



Hi, Joey! Happy New Year!That porchetta looks mag...

2007-01-09T08:07:00.000+08:00

Hi, Joey! Happy New Year!

That porchetta looks magnificent; yes, pork belly is better than the loin.

Thanks so much for tipping me off about Co-op and Sango. The things I got are all lovely and I'll be doing a post about some of the newest Japanese snacks soon.



Hi Socky! Hoooraay! That's good/bad news for me....

2007-01-09T00:28:00.000+08:00

Hi Socky! Hoooraay! That's good/bad news for me...I so need to do some post-holiday fasting :) As if...you caught me...I cooked binagoongan baboy for dinner (recipe still being tweaked)! Yikes!!!

Hi Nicky! Maybe this will be the year for be-aproning ourselves :)



The pink apron looks so bright and retro, love it!...

2007-01-08T23:34:00.000+08:00

The pink apron looks so bright and retro, love it! My only problem with stylish aprons is that I never wear them ;( They hang on the wall in my kitchen, yet I keep staining my regular clothes because I tell myself, the cooking won't take long enough to put it on...



Hi, Joey. This is my reply to your comment posted ...

2007-01-08T17:51:00.000+08:00

Hi, Joey. This is my reply to your comment posted in my blog: You're in luck! The foodstall where I got the liempo-on-a-stick is across your apartment, the one that used to be Zagu, at Salamin Building. Yes, year of the pig. Are you doing a series on pork dishes? Your post on porchetta is a perfect start.



Hi Dexie! Thanks :) Can't wait to use it (no mor...

2007-01-08T11:50:00.000+08:00

Hi Dexie! Thanks :) Can't wait to use it (no more splatters on my white tank tops!) :)



very fancy joey. like your new apron too . :)

2007-01-07T06:15:00.000+08:00

very fancy joey. like your new apron too . :)



Hi Veron! Thanks! :) And thanks for the tips and...

2007-01-06T18:06:00.000+08:00

Hi Veron! Thanks! :) And thanks for the tips and the link...will check is out. Hmmm...so if I chill it I would do so in between the long low-temp roasting and the hi-temp searing right?

Hi Jen! We obviously attended the same school of logic that says crackers would be carbs ergo eat pork! :) Yes, I so understand! :) Pritson rocks!

Hi Steen! Thanks for dropping by :) You should try it! It's easy, yummy, and after all what's a big hunk of pork between friends right? ;) (Love that sub-heading!!!)



Congratulations on a happy holiday.The porchetta l...

2007-01-06T16:43:00.000+08:00

Congratulations on a happy holiday.

The porchetta looks yummy. I'm inspired!



Yes Joey! A fabulous reason to have pork all year ...

2007-01-06T11:54:00.000+08:00

Yes Joey! A fabulous reason to have pork all year long---for GOOD LUCK and PROSPERITY!!! hahahaha No one (especially not you) should be having JUST crackers and water! tsk tsk tsk... Crackers are CARBS (d ba?! ;P hahaha) So another great reason to have pork---hahaha! Just kiddin'.

Now, shall we have Priston?! =)



trying again...http://www.channel4.com/life/micros...

2007-01-05T22:20:00.000+08:00

trying again...
http://www.channel4.com/life/microsites/F/fword/videorecipe.html



I love pork. Your porchetta looks sinfully delicio...

2007-01-05T22:18:00.000+08:00

I love pork. Your porchetta looks sinfully delicious and my mouth is watering right now. I'm also on the quest for crispy skin, do you think chilling in between cooking might help. I got the idea from Gordon Ramsay
http://www.channel4.com/life/microsites/F/fword/videorecipe.html

Look for his pork belly recipe.

I also heard this from my sister in law but this had to do with "Crispy Pata" deep fried pork trotter. She said boil it first then chill overnight before cooking it in hot oil.



Hi Jen! You know, I didn't even realize it was ye...

2007-01-05T08:53:00.000+08:00

Hi Jen! You know, I didn't even realize it was year of the pig when I made this? Hooray! I will definitely use that as an excuse to make more pork dishes (even if all I should be having now is crackers and water and maybe a carrot!)

Hi Angelika! Your kitchen will be so amazing! I'm so excited to see the "work in progress" :) Sigh...everything in moderation, heehee, but I am not exactly slim! The crackling has given me a pair of generous hips that I use for slamming drawers and doors shut as I sashay down my little kitchen! :)



Hi Joey, oh I would love to smell - and try - your...

2007-01-04T19:09:00.000+08:00

Hi Joey, oh I would love to smell - and try - your porchetta ! Though I rarely cook pork I should give it a try. Maybe one day in my kitchen where I will be able to combine steam and heat in one oven. By the way, how can a crackling loving person ever be so SLIM ? Envy....

Much love....



Delicious lookin' Porchetta! How appropriate, for ...

2007-01-04T11:10:00.000+08:00

Delicious lookin' Porchetta! How appropriate, for 2007 is the year or the PIG!

Happy NEW YEAR to you and your darling----may you have a great year filled with great food!!! OINK! OINK!!!

;P



Hi Sandi! Thanks and thanks for dropping in :)Hi ...

2007-01-04T11:09:00.000+08:00

Hi Sandi! Thanks and thanks for dropping in :)

Hi Ces! Thank you :) Oh boy...we are all trying to cut down now...I'm off to buy some veggies today as we are also seriously in need of some "greenery" here :)

Hi Yvonne! Happy new year! Thank you :) This is the first time I have tried porchetta and would love to see one that is tried and true, have you ever posted about it? I will go check :)

Hi Mona! Thanks! We love them too :) That's why I was wearing mine even throughout the opening of the other presents! With regards to the porchetta, I find it easier to prepare dishes with nice substantial hunks of meat than with things light and delicate like, say, egg whites :)

Hi Socky! Hehe! Thanks :) It's actually really easy, and since the belly has layers of fat it's not prone to dry out. Look for a piece that's nice and flat with an even distribution of fat and meat...tell the butcher to cut out the ribs (I saved these for stock) :)



I lurve just lurve pork! And your porchetta is mak...

2007-01-04T09:56:00.000+08:00

I lurve just lurve pork! And your porchetta is making me so hungry for lunch - and it's not even 10am! I promise to try the recipe as soon as my vegetarian friends are not around. He-he.



I love your aprons! They are so cute! Sounds like ...

2007-01-04T08:00:00.000+08:00

I love your aprons! They are so cute! Sounds like your holiday was a special one this year, Joey. I'm so glad. And that porchetta?! Wow, that looks amazing. Someday when I am overcome with the guts of a gladiator I will attempt it :)



Porchetta is a dish near and dear to my heart and ...

2007-01-04T06:24:00.000+08:00

Porchetta is a dish near and dear to my heart and your preparation is very similar to how we prepare it.

It looks wonderful!

Happy 2007!



those aprons are fun! and of course you're porchet...

2007-01-04T04:24:00.000+08:00

those aprons are fun! and of course you're porchetta is simply perfect! i must admit i am tempted to try this even if we promised to cut down on our meat intake this year! lol!



That roast looks fantastic! It is perfect that C w...

2007-01-04T00:33:00.001+08:00

That roast looks fantastic! It is perfect that C wore a gladiator apron while making porchetta.
Love your blog~ I'll drop in for breakfast again!



Hi Pille! I agree! And aside from these, and my ...

2007-01-04T00:33:00.000+08:00

Hi Pille! I agree! And aside from these, and my kitschy Spain apron, I got yet another apron from C's sister...so yes, I have a little stockpile now :) I hear you on the vegetarian meals...you weren't the only over-indulger this season! :)

Hi Tanna! Yup, what would the holidays be like without a bit of lazy cat-in-the-sunshine moments? :) I love your new year's resolution...will definitely try it this year :)

Hi Nens! It really does match with the bag :) What a sweet holiday greeting! Thanks Nenuks...big big hug!!! It takes a great person to know a great person ;)

Hi Santos! I do!!! It was a wedding gift (picked out by my husband actually)...hooray! I will try that next...along with more scoring...thanks! :)



oh! scoring the fat with a sharp knife always seem...

2007-01-03T22:04:00.000+08:00

oh! scoring the fat with a sharp knife always seems to help me--i think it helps channel the rendered fat away from the surface of the skin so you'll get a more even browning/crisping.