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    Re: Pork Roast with Horseradish

    The meal looks and sounds great Dave. I love horse radish.
    Some how I knew Dave would have little lilacs on his plate. ;D

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    Re: Pork Roast with Horseradish

    Yummmmmm the food sounds great and both of your plating work is top shelf gourmet!

    MM

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    That was great. *I tried it tonight so thanks for sharing it. *The horseradish gave it a kick 8-) *The asparagus was $4.99 for a small bundle so I had to substitute it for an artichoke. *I'm OK with paying $2.99 for it but I thought $4.99 was a little much for the amount in the bundle. *It was great and my daughter gobbled it all up ;)


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    Re: Pork Roast with Horseradish

    That looks so good I'm starting to drool.Yum :),I got to try that reciepe too.

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    Thanks and that looks great. I like how you put the gravy on the mashed potato's 8-) Looks like restaurant quality!

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    Re: Pork Roast with Horseradish

    Okay, I made it again and it was just as unbelieveable this time as it was the first.

    MB, I held back long enough to snap a shot!


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    Re: Pork Roast with Horseradish

    Quote Originally Posted by Master Baiter
    Where is the pic's. *Sounds good. 8-)
    When I saw the presentation on the plate I thought, "Man, I should take a picture of this." But my stomach vetoed the thought and started chowing down.



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    Where is the pic's. Sounds good. 8-)

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    Re: Pork Roast with Horseradish

    You had me at pork roast! Sounds really good.

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    Pork Roast with Horseradish

    This recipe was tried tonight and was rock your socks off good. It was served with my special mashed potatoes and all buried in a pork & mushroom gravy. I'm still in afterglow and just had to post this recipe. 5 stars!


    PORK ROAST WITH HORSERADISH AND HERBS

    1 (2 lb to 3 lb) pound lean boneless pork rib roast/ loin roast,
    2 tablespoons prepared horseradish
    1/2 teaspoon dried marjoram, crushed
    1/2 teaspoon dried basil, crushed
    1/2 teaspoon dried oregano, crushed

    Preheat oven to 350: F. Place pork roast in a shallow baking pan. Rub
    horseradish over the surface of meat. Set aside. In a small bowl,
    combine remaining ingredients. Sprinkle over roast. Place roast,
    uncovered, in oven. Cook about 1 1/2 hours, or until a meat thermometer
    registers 160: F. Let stand 5 minutes. Slice to serve.

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