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December 09, 2009


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This is very similar to something I make quite a lot at home. You're right, it is versatile, and so so tasty. If I have it along greens and rice, I invariably top it off with a fried egg!


i am going to start eating pork bec of your blog! i love this dish. it just wont taste the same w chicken. bleddy hell i need to stop reading your blog! ;) x shayma

Joshua Armstrong

I do eat rather a lot of it. I've currently got three posts cooked, photographed and waiting for the write up and two are pork dishes and the other contains more.

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