Pork Shoulder Roast with Figs, Garlic, and Pinot Noir

  • BiaPayne Posted: 02/23/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Looks and tastes fancy but is easy to prepare. This is a good dish when you want to impress a crowd!

  • Bob111 Posted: 04/08/10
    Worthy of a Special Occasion

    Very easy and excellent tasting. Make extra because everyone will go back for seconds.

  • roxymorgan Posted: 12/20/11
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    i haven't tried this recipe yet, but i'd like to offer this: instead of browning the meat in a frying pan, then transferring to a baking pan, go with a dutch oven. by using just one pan for browning and baking, you another layer of flavor that you'd otherwise lose from browning in the frying pan first. so, now i'll go and try my hand at this recipe and savor the flavor in my lil dutch oven. happy holidays!

  • jonker4077 Posted: 11/13/11
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    This is definitely a crowd pleaser! It looks like you have slaved for hours, but is so easy and inexpensive!

  • mcdougall18 Posted: 12/24/11
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    Made it two years ago and now I'm making it this year for Christmas Dinner. Im going to be serving it with Tradition Southern Style Collard Greens with Smoked Neck Bones and Roasted Red Potatoes. This dish goes really well ith the Cloudline Pinot Noir


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