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2006/07/16 20:20:23 (permalink)
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Best pork ever!

Ok it's not something I made lol but I've just found Butterfly pork from M & S. It's leg of pork marinated with Soy sauce, ginger and five spices.
It smells sublime when in the oven and is the best pork I've ever tasted. £4 for a large portion (loads for 2 people).
Seriously, buy some, even if you don't like pork you will like this
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    Yib
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    RE: Best pork ever! 2006/07/16 20:22:43 (permalink)
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    Sounds interesting.

    What's M & S and is it always at the price?

    How much does the portion weigh?

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    RE: Best pork ever! 2006/07/16 20:27:51 (permalink)
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    Marks and Spencers, yep £4 is the price. Portion is 600g. You aren't in the UK though are you?
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    RE: Best pork ever! 2006/07/16 20:30:43 (permalink)
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    I will be soon lol.. I've got to start knowing these things

    How does the cut and price compare to that of a local butcher's?

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    RE: Best pork ever! 2006/07/16 20:36:19 (permalink)
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    Well, M & S is quite pricey tbh. Never go usually but it's new to our town so it's a novelty lol. Having said that all their products are quality.
    As for the local butchers, I never buy pork because I'm not that keen on it so I don't know how much 600g would normally cost.

    You will have to try it though
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    RE: Best pork ever! 2006/07/16 20:57:23 (permalink)
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    Ah I see. Pork is one of my favourite meats ( I just had some )

    I usually like to marinate/season the meat myself though. I'll start to get familiar with the prices over there soon enough... and see what is and isn't a rip off

    I usually know how much things should cost here by size.. I don't work very well with weight (and distance).

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    RE: Best pork ever! 2006/07/17 01:12:05 (permalink)
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    ORIGINAL: youngitalianbabe

    Ah I see. Pork is one of my favourite meats ( I just had some )

    I usually like to marinate/season the meat myself though. I'll start to get familiar with the prices over there soon enough... and see what is and isn't a rip off

    I usually know how much things should cost here by size.. I don't work very well with weight (and distance).



    love pork infact i love all meat but the missus is a part-time veggie so only really have chicken in

    yib all of england is a rip off im sure drab4 as told you this already though
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    RE: Best pork ever! 2006/07/17 02:25:05 (permalink)
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    if your having pork you have to have the crackling
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