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Salt and Pepper Pork Chops

We really liked this recipe from the new Nom Nom Paleo cookbook. I’ll say I wish it was a little MORE salt and pepper-y but would totally make again.

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Miso Ramen (Plus Ramen Stock, Marinated Eggs and Chashu Recipes)

My third ramen from scratch! This was fairly doable if you spread the workload out into multiple days. I was impressed with this recipe from “Japanese Soul Cooking.” Note a few different building block recipes are included here (I’ve made both marinated eggs and chashu before but think I give a slight edge to this version).

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Pork Loin Stuffed with Prosciutto and Broccoli Rabe

A Cooking Light hit! A few notes: this took longer to cook than the recipe predicted, and the CL recipe includes garnishes not included in the recipe notes.

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Yakisoba

I generally like yaki soba, but it doesn’t really excite me compared to a lot of other Japanese recipes. This was a solid version, though.

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Tonteki

Another “Midnight Diner” recipe that we ended up liking quite a bit. I used this recipe as a base (though I doubled it) but cut the meat like a “glove” as I’d seen in several other versions online.

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Stamina Udon

I improvised this recipe, but through research found out that a hearty udon that’s heavy with meat, vegetable, and egg is called stamina udon, or sutamina udon. So I’m counting it for the challenge!

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Pork Chile Verde (Slow Cooker/Pressure Cooker)

I tinkered with this recipe a bit but the ultimate results were quite good. My beans were not cooked after the recommended 7-8 hours. To fix this, I cooked them under pressure for 20. Other options include boiling on stovetop, soaking ahead, cooking longer.

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