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      couldnt find the email so missed this group so here are the recipes:

      Someone somewhere asked for pork recipes but I can’t remember who or where

      but I

      figure that others may like them anyway.

      The first two I have made (especially the apricot one which makes lovely

      sandwiches with the leftovers) but the 2nd two I haven’t tried yet.

      1. Crockpot beer chops

      One onion, chopped

      2 pork chops

      12oz can/bottle beer

      2 chicken stock cubes

      Arrange chopped onion in the bottom of a slow cooker. Lay chops on top

      (slice in

      half to make 4 thin chops) pour in beer and drop in cubes. Cook on low 6-8

      hours.

      2. Apricot roast pork

      Serves 8

      1 can condensed chicken broth

      1 jar apricot jam

      1 large onion, chopped

      4lb boneless pork loin roast

      Mix broth onion and jam in slow cooker. Add pork and turn to coat. Cook on

      low

      8-9 hours.

      Savoury crock pork stew

      Serves 2

      1/2lb boneless pork shoulder roast cut into 3/4 inch cubes

      Chicken stock

      Onion, sliced

      1/2 tsp dried rosemary

      Pinch dried sage

      4tsp cornflour

      Brown pork cubes in a pan. Add the stock onions and seasoning. Season to

      taste

      with salt and pepper. Bring to a boil then turn off heat; transfer to slow

      cooker and cook low for 8 hours.

      Towards end of cooking time raise heat setting to high and in a small bowl

      combine the cornflour and a little water stir into the stew. Keep lid oFf

      and

      keep stirring constantly until thickened.

      4. Crock pot pork chops

      Serves 6

      6 pork chops

      2 cans condensed low fat chicken soup

      1/2 small onion sliced

      2 stalks celery

      1 tsp pepper

      Place pork chops in a crockpot and cover with onions and celery. Pour soup

      over

      and cook on low for 5-6 hours.

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