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Mar 30, 2009

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Andrew

No idea why I picked pineapple - I've never cooked with it either and am still wondering what to create myself!

Anne

that looks and sounds so hysterically good.. I wonder if I can find pork belly here - never seen it, but worth a try!

Pille

Looks utterly delicious!!
I must admit I haven't paired pineapple with meat at home (and I do avoid pineapple&ham pizzas when out), but I may reconsider that in the future...

Kit

It does sound good. I have never been a pineapple fan either, (I only like eating it fresh), those bits of pineapple and cheese on cocktail sticks at 80s parties have ruined it as a savoury accompaniment for me so far.

Martina Höglinger

Hy Johanna, great picture. I send you all the best wishes from Austria - a little bit enerved from learning for an english test with Elias. Hope you're all ok.
Love, Martina

Paula Maack

I have been thinking about making pork belly for the last two weeks, and this recipe looks and sounds delicious. Two of my favorite things: caramelized pineapples a pork belly. Yummy!

That photo is gorgeous! Great job!!

Cheers,

Paula

Claudia

I haven't tried the recipe (yet) but we drove to your butcher today (since I'm not really enjoying to go to the one in Kew) and it was worth the trip!

Helen

What a gorgeous recipe - I am a bit obsessed with pork belly and I think caramelised fruit makes a wonderful accompaniment - a bit of a tropical twist!

Margaret

Love this recipe and since I started eating belly pork (only a few years ago) this would be a great one to try.
I buy Packington pork which has just the right amount of meat to fat.

Andrew

I've never tried to cook pork belly - something, by the look of this, I really should attempt.

Claudia

We made this for dinner today and what a treat it was! The pineapple goes so well with the pork and the spices. Very very yummy.

Linda

Oh wow, that pork looks fabulous!!

Jeanne

That looks awesome - and you'll be amused to hear that even though we were on different continents, we were on a similar wavelength - I made a version of tacos al pastor while home in South Africa!

Hampers

Pineapple is a very good add on especially in delicacies involving goat's meat. You can try it for a change...instead of the usual pork, goats meat is very healthy and pineapple is an important part for this meat to be tasty and yes, very sumptuous.

Ali

Looks amazing, bet it taste superb too. going to test it out

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