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Dinner Plans For Sunday? Here’s A Great Option!
When was the last time you made roast? I don’t know if it’s just me, but I tend to cook roast only if it’s a very special occasion.
It’s not that I don’t like it – I do, very much, but somehow I’m always afraid it won’t turn out the way I expected. I have had some bad experiences with pork recipes, and I wouldn’t want to spend my money on something that will turn out as so-so.
I hesitated for a long time when I found this recipe in my archives. At first I was about to skip it because I thought it could only be cooked in the grill (don’t know about you but I don’t feel like going out to BBQ in the snow). But when I realized this could be made in the oven, I had to give it a go. And I must say, I certainly wasn’t disappointed!
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Quick Tip: Leftovers make incredible sandwiches for lunch the next day!