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August 10, 2005

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AugustusGloop

Oh this looks sooooo good... *drool*

sam

I didn't persuade you to make the pea and ham soup afterall??? ; )

megwoo

Yum, yum, yum! The recipe sounds amazing and the pics are mouth-watering!

Sweetnicks

Wow that pork looks great - my husband would LOVE it.

Joe @ Culinary in the Desert

The recipe and pictures are wonderful!

PseudoChef

Hmm this reminds me of home :D - looks awesome!

//j

J

oh my, that braise looks to-die-for - thanks for the recipe; can't wait to try it...cheers,j

Niki

Oooh yeah, that looks gooood. I love wet, slow cooked dishes with meat falling off the bone, and think they shouldn't only be made in cold weather. Go slow cooking!

Lyn

AG, I'm gald tyo be of service.
Sam, I am sorry...you almost had me...but I have an irrational fear of pea soup
Meg, Sweetnicks, Joe, Pseudochef, J: It really is totally yummy and would do with just about any meat on the bone I think

Niki: funny. I think I havce made more stuff in my slowcooker this summer than I did last winter!

Bennie

This recipe is extremely delicious. I couldn't wait for the slow cooker so I made it in the pressure cooker. Quick and easy in an hour. I'm trying it with a large stewing hen tonight. I will be making it again over and over with the hocks though. Good job!

Margie

Hi, this looks like a good recipe. Thanks for sharing it. You might want to reconsider the name, though. No self-respecting Chinese person would ever discard the skin. In that respect, this recipe is not very Chinese at all.

Chinese Traditional Recipes

Wow, the cooking method of this dish is great, I'll try it later and I hope it tastes the way it look. Thanks for sharing!

Geh

I am making this tomorrow in my pressure cooker. looks sooo yummy.!!Just a question though where could we get grits in Australia and how do you cook it?

Jennifer

Yeah as soon as I saw the picture I got a lilttle drool. I was looking on line for Pork Hocks because I have some. Originally I wanted just regular pigs feet which I cook once in a great while. I got a craving but when I looked for it at my grocer all they had was the Hocks. So I thought maybe I'd experiment. Your recipe looks delicious I might have to try it! Thanks for posting it!

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