Category Archives: Roast

Caribbean Mango-Apple Pork Roast

Caribean Mango Pork Roast | bsinthekitchen.com

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Bob & I were recently selected as Western Canada’s Top 20 food bloggers (as selected by Maple Leaf Foods) – SUPER exciting right?! Anyways, Bob and I nearly jumped out of our pants when we found out we had been selected. Now, you may be asking: Okay, cool that you guys got picked, but why/now what?

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Well we were sent a lovely little package via courier and inside was an awesome meat thermometer, a Maple Leaf Red Apron (I strong armed Bob to keep it) and some coupons for Maple Leaf Prime Pork. The Challenge: Create a Dynamic Pork Recipe & Win (via votes – this is where you come in BS’ers) the Maple Leaf Prime Pork Recipe Challenge.

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So let’s get right into this and start off with our recipe. Okay, I lied, I’m first going to give you  background to why we selected this recipe. Bob and I know the typical person who reads our blog is looking for a delicious meal that is reasonable in price to make and is quick. Well here’s the bonus with this recipe: we’ve taken this flavor packed pork rub and used the left over meat for left-over recipes/meals. That’s right, one recipe that is quickly converted into more! Talk about the perfect recipe for those busy families, the hungry university student and most importantly….you!

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Okay, the teasing is done, here’s the recipe:
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Barbecued Elk Roast

Barbecued Elk Roast | bsinthekitchen.com

It’s about time for some DS In The kitchen, that’s right, Dad and Son! Oh what a combo we make!

We had Dave on the Elk Roast and myself adding some input on the seasoning and taking care of the potatoes. First off we seasoned the elk roast with some Cavendar’s Greek Spice and browned the outside in a pan with some olive oil. Once this was done we poked a hole in the middle of the elk roast so we could secure it on the meat holder (whatever it’s called??). Since we had to put a hole in the center of the roast, I figured we might as well stuff it with some flavouring right? So, on we went putting lots of garlic cloves and greek spice into the center of the roast.

Yum.

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