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Karl’s Hungarian Porkolt (pork stew)

When Jan came back from Disneyland, she asked me to make the crackers she had refused before she had left. Normally, with something like fresh crackers I would serve a “deli-dinner,” a selection of cheeses, cold cuts, and deli-salads. Jan decided that that was not what she wanted, because she had been eating “deli-food” for three days.

Karl’s Hungarian Porkolt (pork stew)

Karl’s Hungarian Porkolt (pork stew)

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Karl’s Wise Sage Stew

Adapted from a recipe on The Hobbit

Eilene and her friends are still watching the Tolkien Ring Trilogy. For lunch I served them sausage, raw carrots, and lembas bread. Eilene is tied of beef, so I am making a pork stew for dinner. They have also requested more lembas bread (yes, it was that good).

Karl’s Wise Sage Stew

Karl’s Wise Sage Stew

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