Some Pork Recipes For Your Half Pig

The idea of the following recipes is that it gives you some really easy, quick to do meals with your pork. They have all been tried and tested either by us or by our friends and family. Roast Pork You can roast any cut and with all cuts I think it is hard to overcook pork and far bett
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A Raised Pork Pie

The pig is a noble beast, and few are nobler than those at Romshed Farm. It’s a lot easier than you think to show them some respect by turning their cheaper cuts into something delicious. You need some time but surprisingly little skill to turn a couple of pig’s cheeks and a trotter i
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Romshed Gammon

All gammon needs a good soaking before you cook it to reduce the saltiness and replace some of the moisture lost during curing. Cover it in water overnight and throw away the water. If you have a large gammon you could do this over 24 hours or more, changing the water a couple of time
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Pork Recipes for Easter

Roast Pork Our favourite cut is shoulder on the bone, cooked for a very long time, very slow so the meat just pulls off the bone – called “Pulled Pork” and quite the fashion now. You can do this for a boned and rolled shoulder of pork too. Check the cooking times for the size of your
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Soup

When you have finished enjoying your roast chicken, the carcass, the remains from the giblet pan and all leftovers can be put in a saucepan, just covered with water and simmered in exactly the same way as for the giblets (with all the same herbs etc). This will make the most delicious
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