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Julie Appledog

mr toadmr toad Posts: 668
edited 5:42AM in EggHead Forum
miss julie - please email me at mrtoad@charter.net - thanks
In dog Beers - I have had only one !

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  • Mr. Toad,[p]I did a variation on your pork loin this weekend. Between the layers I used prosciutto ham, gouda cheese, basil leaves, and a few sundried tomatoes. The guests loved it! There really are a ton of possibilities for that meal.[p]
  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    RG, I guess we all do variations on Mr. Toad's Pork Loin. For mine I used spread honey-mustard in lieu of the fig preserves and used a variety of dried fruits instead of the fresh. The person I was doing it for stood over me and said "I would have used feta cheese and fresh oregano." I think I will try that next time but add a few tomatoes and basil to teh mix as well. Any way you do it, the method seems to work.

  • mr toadmr toad Posts: 668
    wise one,
    a standing request from my grandchildren is the jerk shrimp using kennyg's recipe - using julie appledog's jerk, italian dressing, honey, and a bit of lime juice - now the question - how do i created a stuffed pork loin using these ingrediants ??[p]

    In dog Beers - I have had only one !
  • HammerHammer Posts: 1,001
    Mr. Toad,
    Glad to see you are alive! I thought that they may have ate your frog legs! Someday, you should share how you came up with your famous Mr. Toads pork loin with the room. There are a lot of new eggheads here, and I am sure that they would like to hear the story.
    Everytime I cook your recipe, it still gets rave reviews! The perfect wine to go with it(in my opinion) Pinot Noir!
    Hammer

  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    Mr. Toad, it seems to me that the appropriate method would be to marinate the loin in the Italian dressing (overnight) and the shrimp in the lime juice (for just 30 minutes). Then sprinkle the shrimp with the jerk sauce while slicing the loin so that it is about 1/2" thick. Spread the honey over it and then spread the shrimp about and roll it back up. Cook on a 325 degree grill for about an hour to an hour fiftee. Now that ought to be a marriage of tastes? Speaking of marriages, tell your Alyce hello.

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