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Recipe For Roast Pork — 40 Comments

  1. I adore roast pork! And it’s true, some countries make it very complicated to visit them!

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    • It is such a silly thing actually, as tourism plays a vital part of a country’s income 🙂

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  2. YUMMY

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    • thanks 🙂

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  3. Scotland was so fun. And you know people were really nice. Great recipe too.

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    • We have always found the people on our travels to be kind 🙂

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  4. A nice bottle of wine and your lovely pork roast would sooth my body but my mind would still be crazy from that experience. I know that all that unpleasantness will be forgotten in beautiful Scotland.

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    • Thankfully the unpleasantness only lasted while we were there! But wine sure does fix everything 🙂

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  5. I don’t know how you did it Tandy, but you made an absolutely wonderful roast pork. I wish I could have some right now. I mean I’m really hungry lol.

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    • Pity the screen is not interactive LOL 🙂

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  6. What a bad situation for you. Your pork roast looks just wonderful & fabulous even! 🙂
    I hope it all ends well! Good luck! I know you will love Scotalnd a lot! I have been there a couple of times & the nature, the wonderful views, sceneries, people, monuments, museums are all great & fab! I love Scotland! 🙂 Can you tell?

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    • I cannot wait to go Sophie, and then come back and share it all 🙂

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  7. Hi Tandy! Where are you from? I notice you referred to your currency as “R”. Wow. That does seem quite intimidating! I already fly to panic whenever I go down to the states! One time I bought so much groceries back (butter and milk and cream cheese etc) that upon returning, they asked me if I was trying to make pot brownies.. lol. Anyway, Happy Easter Tandy!! Great looking roast pork!!!

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    • Hi Sam, we live in Gordons Bay South Africa – about 65km outside of Cape Town which is better known around the world as the Mother City. Happy Easter to you too 🙂

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  8. Well, I am sure you will enjoy the trip to Scotland and that it would be worth the trouble! I love pork belly! Enjoy the long weekend!

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    • I am a real pork lover Pink! Have a super Easter with your family 🙂

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  9. This is a pretty awesome dish for a “patience tested” kinda day! I usually just pick something up! HAHAH

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    • That thought never occurred to me LOL! I could have asked Dave to take us out for dinner, but he experienced the same day so I am sure he would not have been in the mood 🙂

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  10. Ooooph what a fuss! Lets hope the holiday is a fabulous one!!!

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    • I am sure the holiday is going to be awesome 🙂

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  11. I am stunned – really didn´t realise it was so complicated. Have things changed then since your last uK trip? How bizarre. Do hope the trpi lives up to the expectation. I know the pork did as it looks wonderful!

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    • The last time we were in the UK, we didn’t need a Visa but the rules had already changed, and the only reason we didn’t need the Visa was because we had been in the UK 12 months prior to that visit. It would be great if the next time we go, they only needed a basic letter 🙂

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  12. What a royal pain Tandy – thankfully when we went to the UK, none of this nonsense was a requirement! It was even worse trying to apply for a residency permit when we lived in Mauritius – not something I could envisage going through again.
    Your pork looks fabulous!
    🙂 Mandy

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    • it is so unnecessary! We have been before so they should have all our details on record and have a special section for returning visitors 🙂

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  13. Traveling to another country really is SUCH an ordeal! One would think they wouldn’t want tourists…

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    • being South African we have to jump through a lot of hoops – but I don’t mind, as long as they are reasonable 🙂

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  14. I’m sure the roast porK made up for the hassle you encountered,it looks delicious, 🙂

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    • It did indeed 🙂

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  15. I am sure glad that is all behind you. I think I would need one bottle of wine just to settle me down and one to drink with dinner. sounds like one of those kinds of days. Your pork roast sounds divine. BAM

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    • the wine sounds like the best solution 🙂

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  16. That’s unbelievable! That’s the sort of process that I went through when I got my Indefinite Leave to Remain in the UK, but for a tourist visa it seems over the top.

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    • It is just so much bureaucratic nonsense!

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  17. Tandy what a pain!… and that’s all just for a holiday visa? You’re not trying to live there? Imagine how much more paper work there would be if you wanted to do that.

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    • Probably if you have enough money they will just give you a passport!

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  18. Waha! That is the best lead in to why a roast pork that I have ever seen.
    Shocker though. Reminds me of my own UK visa experiences when applying here in SA. Whether your country of citizenship counts or not depends entirely on who is on the counter that day and if they got lucky last night (or not). Nasty stuff.

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    • glad you liked the lead in! It was a frustrating day 🙂

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  19. What a nightmare. I really feel sorry for you. That is the stuff that puts me off travelling and makes me stay put in France, although every day bureaucracy in France is very similar the what you are going through:)

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    • We have not encountered every day bureaucracy in France, but getting our visa for France has always been a pleasure 🙂

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  20. Visas are quite the mission to get these days! At least now its sorted and you can get ready for your holiday! The Roast looks most delishious!! 🙂 Have a great Easter Weekend!

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    • Thanks Sharon, hope your Easter weekend is blessed 🙂

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