CORRUPTING MY CHILD’S INTENTIONS TO BE A BUNNY-HUGGER

We’re a small household, just three of us and my daughter has suddenly decided she doesn’t eat meat anymore. As she puts it, she won’t eat “anything that once had a face”. On Monday her resistance crumbled; I’d stuffed little apples with sage leaves and packed them around a leg of pork. Slow roasted in the oven, the outside of the apples caramalised and the soft inside, glorious with sage fumes, made a sublime sauce for the meat. The kitchen was cosy with heat and we had a right feast.

A bit of mustard, the leftovers and a nice crusty baguette made for a perfect lunch at my desk yesterday.

4 thoughts on “CORRUPTING MY CHILD’S INTENTIONS TO BE A BUNNY-HUGGER

  1. Yummy….think it might work with that pork belly roll I have stashed in the freezer!! Im so glad my kids never went through the vegetarian stage. I wouldn’t have known where to turn in those days hehe. At least now I have food blogs :o) xx

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