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Corned Pork

Posted by dcarch (My Page) on
Wed, Mar 28, 12 at 0:52

After I made corned beef, I saved the corned beef juice and corned some pork.

Came out very nice. You should give that a try.

dcarch


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RE: Corned Pork

I made this once from Julia Child's recipe. It was good, but not worth all the effort IMO. Yours looks delcious!

Teresa


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RE: Corned Pork

It looks amazing! Not that I am surprised of course.

Teresa


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RE: Corned Pork

That looks so-o-o-oo good!
But then, almost everything you post pictures of, does.

I have often wondered why pork
wasn't as readily available corned,
As beef is.

It seems a 'natural' for it.

Rusty


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RE: Corned Pork

Cured pork is called ham....


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RE: Corned Pork

"Cured pork is called ham.."

No kidding!
Wow, learn something new every day!

Actually, 'ham' and 'corned beef' are quite different.
Ham doesn't have the spices, for one thing.
And that is what I'd like to see commercially available.
Pork cured the same way as corned beef.

Rusty


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RE: Corned Pork

LOL, Linda! Actually I was going to go a step further and offer that corned beef is traditionally Jewish food, and Jews and pork... well...

dcarch - I do agree with the others that this looks delicious. I might not have admitted I recycled the brine though. yyyyyyyyyahhhhh! Come on, man, the salt and spices are cheap! But I digress. Good looking food, nice presentation.


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RE: Corned Pork

Actually corned beef was a new England thing....and the Jews adopted it as a Jewish answer to ham....
Pastrami is another sort of brined and spices beef brisket


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RE: Corned Pork

Thank you everyone. It was good eating corned pork.

The irish eat more pork than beef. They should corn pork instead.

"Cured pork is called ham.... "

Wouldn't you call that bacon?

dcarch


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