Garlic Pork Recipe

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  1. For our viewers in Trinidad & Tobago who are interested in placing an order for Garlic Pork from Chef Finbar please see the contact details in the video description.

  2. I love the smell of that first smell of garlic pork..I love the tradition. My daughter and son love it and this year I am introducing it to my grandchildren at Christmas. I remember my Uncle doing that to the hops bread and I do the pickled onion minus the hot peppers this week for Christmas.

  3. Chef Finbar appears to be a natural infront of the camera. It was of great ease and audible delight to hear him gracefully and eloquently speak through the steps of this dish, along with the input of the dish's history shared by the guest. His aura is very much humble and inviting with the touch of humor inbetween. Chemistry between both presenters👌. I enjoyed watching and listening to this food segment💃🍜😊

  4. I'm not surprised Chef Barry forgot "Garlic" in the list of ingredients to make Garlic Pork … the suggestion that Thyme isn't Oregano is like … mind boggling … !
    Thyme is described thus : Thyme is an aromatic perennial evergreen herb with culinary, medicinal, and ornamental uses. The most common variety is Thymus vulgaris. Thyme is of the genus Thymus of the mint family, and a relative of the oregano genus Origanum.
    Broad / big leaf Thyme is also known as : Plectranthus amboinicus / Cuban Oregano / Mexican Mint / Tigers Ear and a whole load of other names too … The aroma of the leaves can be described as a pungent combination of the aromas of oregano, thyme, and turpentine.
    I would have asked … I beg your pardon ?? and watched whilst she dug herself a deeper hole .. !

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