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Lions Head - Heritage Portal - December 2014

Lions Head - Heritage Portal - December 2014

Jan van Riebeeck arrives in Table Bay in April 1652. Painting by Charles Bell (1813-1882)

Jan van Riebeeck arrives in Table Bay in April 1652. Painting by Charles Bell (1813-1882)

Pork Knuckle - Use salt to rub the whole knuckle thoroughly covering every surface of the skin to extract the moisture thus giving it a crispy skin. Pierce some small holes so that it will give a nice skin to the end product. Keep the meat in the chiller (no need to cover) for 1/2-1 day if time allows. This will allow the chiller to absorb the moisture out of the pork. Sprinkle onion powder over before going into the Airfryer. 200 degree for 30-40 min. Give a turn in midway.

Pork Knuckle - Use salt to rub the whole knuckle thoroughly covering every surface of the skin to extract the moisture thus giving it a crispy skin. Pierce some small holes so that it will give a nice skin to the end product. Keep the meat in the chiller (no need to cover) for 1/2-1 day if time allows. This will allow the chiller to absorb the moisture out of the pork. Sprinkle onion powder over before going into the Airfryer. 200 degree for 30-40 min. Give a turn in midway.

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Alaine Re: Chow Chow Pickle  August 21, 2006 06:43PM	Registered: 10 years ago Posts: 39 Hi Lyn  I'm not sure of the ingredients of bought chowchow but I make this one in it's stead.   It's called Mrs Lows Pickle (friends MIL)  2 Cauli  1 lb green tomato or green apples  1 cucumber  2 lb onion  Sprinkle above with 1-2 T salt, cover with water and cook untill soft. Drain.  Then add 1 1/2 Bottles of vinegar and 1 1/2 lb Sugar  Heat and thicken with a paste made of  1 Cup Flour  1 T Curry…

Alaine Re: Chow Chow Pickle August 21, 2006 06:43PM Registered: 10 years ago Posts: 39 Hi Lyn I'm not sure of the ingredients of bought chowchow but I make this one in it's stead. It's called Mrs Lows Pickle (friends MIL) 2 Cauli 1 lb green tomato or green apples 1 cucumber 2 lb onion Sprinkle above with 1-2 T salt, cover with water and cook untill soft. Drain. Then add 1 1/2 Bottles of vinegar and 1 1/2 lb Sugar Heat and thicken with a paste made of 1 Cup Flour 1 T Curry…

Alaine Re: Chow Chow Pickle  August 21, 2006 06:43PM	Registered: 10 years ago Posts: 39 Hi Lyn  I'm not sure of the ingredients of bought chowchow but I make this one in it's stead.   It's called Mrs Lows Pickle (friends MIL)  2 Cauli  1 lb green tomato or green apples  1 cucumber  2 lb onion  Sprinkle above with 1-2 T salt, cover with water and cook untill soft. Drain.  Then add 1 1/2 Bottles of vinegar and 1 1/2 lb Sugar  Heat and thicken with a paste made of  1 Cup Flour  1 T Curry powder…

Alaine Re: Chow Chow Pickle August 21, 2006 06:43PM Registered: 10 years ago Posts: 39 Hi Lyn I'm not sure of the ingredients of bought chowchow but I make this one in it's stead. It's called Mrs Lows Pickle (friends MIL) 2 Cauli 1 lb green tomato or green apples 1 cucumber 2 lb onion Sprinkle above with 1-2 T salt, cover with water and cook untill soft. Drain. Then add 1 1/2 Bottles of vinegar and 1 1/2 lb Sugar Heat and thicken with a paste made of 1 Cup Flour 1 T Curry powder…

Don't throw out leftover egg yolks, turn them into these delicious desserts, sauces and sides.

Don't throw out leftover egg yolks, turn them into these delicious desserts, sauces and sides.