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Recipe For Braised Pork Cheeks — 20 Comments

  1. I would love to try pork cheeks. I’m sure they were luscious and melting. I can’t sat I’ve ever seen them but have definitely had them at restaurants. I’ll have to see what my butcher says. I have a similar philosphy to you. First and foremost Australian and normally quite easy to do as we have a wide brown land to grow things in! Having said that, yes, it must be seasonal. A red flag about overseas imports is when you see things like cherries in the middle of our Winter. You don’t even need to look at the label to know they are from the USA. Organic is good but not always possible. I am very strict on not bringing palm oil into the house anymore. All spreads and biscuits must now be palm oil free. We are moving to other palm oil free products as we use things up. I will bookmark your recip for when I can hunt down pork cheeks – though it looks like a recipe for next winter now. Cheers xx

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    • Please let me know what your butcher tells you. So nice that you also support local farmers Fiona 🙂

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  2. Love pork cheeks and you’ve done them justice! They’ve become trendy in England (and therefore expensive) but still quite easy yo get hold of in Spain.

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    • At least if they become trendy they are easier to find 🙂

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  3. What a delicious sounding dish. I’ve not seen pork cheeks in our market but your meal sounds great with your wonderful seasonings.

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    • Thank you for the compliment Karen 🙂

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  4. I’ve actually never made pork cheeks before. We do buy almost all of our meat from local farmers and much of our produce as well. I love it and these look delicious!
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    • I would love to buy more of my meat locally as we live close to sheep farms. But, they don’t sell directly to the public 🙂

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  5. Hi Tandy, wow! very impressive. Yes we do eat mostly seasonal and regional especially when we are in Oregon.
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    • Thank you Cheri and so nice to read that you eat regionally and seasonally 🙂

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  6. That’s so great that your local store tells you where all your produce is from. I try to buy local, but it’s not always easy in these New England winters! These pork cheeks look so delicious!

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    • I am sure your winter produce is severely restricted 🙂

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  7. Seasonal for sure, regional unless I feel like peaches in summer 😛
    Beautifully braised cheeks, what a wonderful meal!

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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    • Ah, so I gather peaches are not grown in or near Sydney then 🙂

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  8. YAY! I’m so pleased that you used the Master Stock again Tandy! 😀 These pork cheeks look divine!
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    • Thanks Lorraine 🙂

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  9. Never cooked pork cheeks before Tandy. They look scrumptious.
    Have a lovely day.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • Thank you Mandy 🙂

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  10. I’m passionate about buying and cooking locally and seasonally – it makes you so much more aware of what’s in season and what’s available in your area – so agree with you about organic, Tandy. OMG – those pork cheeks look fab – I have been wanting to cook them for ages but unfortunately have not been able to find them – yet!
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    • Hope your local butcher can help you out Rachel 🙂

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