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Monday, May 24, 2010

A to Z Monday ~ Food related R words...

The Letter R
I don't eat pork, but I do fix it for my hubby. This is a pork loin roast getting ready to be placed in the oven. It was served with an S word, so next week I'll show the finished product on the plate...R & S side by side. Awwwwwww.
This is a bag of Bob's Red Mill Soy flour. (Once again the combination of R & S.) Don't ask me what I use this soy flour in please. I have no idea. Any suggestions??

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love, Cassie

9 comments:

Mildred said...

John loves pork roast so I'll stay tuned to see what's up for next week. Hope you have a very nice week Cassie.

Daisy said...

Well, now you've stirred my curiosity to wonder what "S" you serve on the side with that. I like a good pork roast too. Happy Monday, Cassie! :)

Busy Bee Suz said...

You are so nice to fix something for Patrick that YOU don't even like. Sweet!
I don't know what you would use that soy flour for...but I did just read an article on Bobs red mill. I had never heard of this brand before, but the owner "Bob" is giving away his company TO his employees. It was so cool to see that...I would love to support a company like that.

The Japanese Redneck said...

The pork loin roast looks like it was going to taste great.

Soy flour....good luck...I've ruined several batches of things trying to sub in soy flour. I'm afraid I don't like it.

Jen said...

Happy Monday Cassie
Pork-the other white meat! We usually have an S word food with pork too,
trying to figure out why you have soy flour then..??

Loui♥ said...

Love pork..
but as chops and BBQ..
prefer Beef Roasts..
hugs..
Loui♥

Grandma J said...

I never heard of soy flour, but please let me know how you use it. Does it work as gravy?

I love me some pork loin, and can't wait to check back!!

Ben said...

Just had a big ol' pork roast (or roast pork) last week for company. It is a great dish when you are serving more than one or two - and with leftovers, not bad for just one or two!

Margaret said...

Mmm..pork roast. In Baltimore, it's pork and sauerkraut. Is that your S word? Probably not, since I think that's a Baltimore thing.