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    gloria.p Guest

    Default Last Night's Dinner





    A few days ago we had whole grilled pork tenderloins (with a spice rub)
    when our 8 yr. old grandson stayed overnight with us. He's a
    "selective" eater and he loved it with oven roasted fingerling potatoes,
    acorn squash, and applesauce.

    Last night I cut the remains into thin slices, then into slivers.
    I stir fried lots of thinly sliced onions and slivered red and yellow
    peppers, then added the pork, some tamari, sesame oil and five spice
    powder and thickened slightly with a slurry of cornstarch and water.

    Served over rice with sliced mango on the side, it was terrific.

    gloria p

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    Steve Freides Guest

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    gloria.p wrote:
    > A few days ago we had whole grilled pork tenderloins (with a spice
    > rub) when our 8 yr. old grandson stayed overnight with us. He's a
    > "selective" eater and he loved it with oven roasted fingerling
    > potatoes, acorn squash, and applesauce.
    >
    > Last night I cut the remains into thin slices, then into slivers.
    > I stir fried lots of thinly sliced onions and slivered red and yellow
    > peppers, then added the pork, some tamari, sesame oil and five spice
    > powder and thickened slightly with a slurry of cornstarch and water.
    >
    > Served over rice with sliced mango on the side, it was terrific.
    >
    > gloria p


    Sounds like the same line of thinking we follow here - some form of
    stir-fry is a great way to use leftover meat. Sounds good, too!

    -S-



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    Omelet Guest

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    In article <[email protected]>,
    "Steve Freides" <[email protected]> wrote:

    > gloria.p wrote:
    > > A few days ago we had whole grilled pork tenderloins (with a spice
    > > rub) when our 8 yr. old grandson stayed overnight with us. He's a
    > > "selective" eater and he loved it with oven roasted fingerling
    > > potatoes, acorn squash, and applesauce.
    > >
    > > Last night I cut the remains into thin slices, then into slivers.
    > > I stir fried lots of thinly sliced onions and slivered red and yellow
    > > peppers, then added the pork, some tamari, sesame oil and five spice
    > > powder and thickened slightly with a slurry of cornstarch and water.
    > >
    > > Served over rice with sliced mango on the side, it was terrific.
    > >
    > > gloria p

    >
    > Sounds like the same line of thinking we follow here - some form of
    > stir-fry is a great way to use leftover meat. Sounds good, too!
    >
    > -S-


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