Pork Pork Recipe Fail – How Not to Make Roast Pork Loin with Rosemary & Grapes by admin June 6, 2018, 10:42 am 38 Comments chefcookingfailFoodwishesjohnPork (Ingredient)Pork Loin (Ingredient)recipeRoasting (Culinary Technique) See more Previous article High Protein Vegetarian Bodybuilding Recipe[Indian Bodybuilding Meal] – Soya Bowl (Keema Nutri) Next article Corn Pulao | Payasa High Fibre Energya | Shilpa Shetty Kundra | Healthy Recipes 38 Comments Leave a Reply I totally love Chef John! He's a fantastic chef, cooks delicious food and as long as I've followed his recipes, every dish is yum.What a genuine and funny guy he is. Brilliant stuff Reply Why would you add even MORE rosemary? Truly inexplicable! Reply A terror movie.. Not really, we love you Reply Rosemary's baby? Reply You're the best Chef John! You cracked me up so bad I almost wet my pants 🙂 ps so How WOULD you re-do that pan sauce, I mean besides less Rosemary and maybe no cream…hee hee. Would you de-glaze with white wine or white vermouth? Add a little butter?Salt was alright? Love your videos very much and have been subscribed for a while! Reply Trash the sauce and open a jar of applesauce Reply OMG…I just did the exact same thing with the cream. Unfortunately, I also overcooked the pork. Hey, even negative data is still good data…right? Reply Lol! Reply Did that once with rosemary, apples, & pork. Pork tasted like a Christmas tree 😂😂😂😂 Reply Sure looked good! Reply There are no (total) failures, if ya learn somethin' from 'em. Thanks, man. 😉 Reply He's such a good teacher. Reply This narration is epic! Reply Chef John from the way you introduced the disaster, I thought that the meat came out as dry as split firewood. When, in fact, it was only a caution about using strong herbs. Reply It looks fantastic either way. 😂 Reply LOOOOOOOOOOOOL!!!!!!! Cracking up! Whew! That was so good. I so understand because I have been there and done that! Reply Pine-flavored pork… Lumberjack dinner! Ok, ditch the baby pine needles and use oregano and lemon zest instead. Reply loling too hard Reply That sauce was probably amazing. Just after the water. Reply I do enjoy what chef john calls a failure is what I routinely call a lovely dinner. Reply I love Chef John but… if he tasted it and knew the sauce or jus (what have you) tasted bad or like rosemary why did he put it over the chicken? Reply Thanks for sharing this Chef John. Reply Dude i love your channel Reply #FooledBytheFond Reply Well at least you didn't garnish it with… oh wait… Reply Fork those grapes. We want flavor. Reply Rosemary. The two plants we have are taking over the space. Rosemary…..strong! Reply Love your channel John. Your courage to show your mistakes definitely makes you more endearing to your audience. I've tried several of your recipes and everything has come out extremely well except for my murdering of your Zabaglione…. which I cooked too long and did not add enough sugar to since I was using "sweet" marsala. I know, my fault for not tasting while cooking. Mea Culpa. Please keep sharing. Reply Actually did LOL. Thanks for sharing a mulligan. Reply man chef John. ..even your mistakes look tasty😂 Reply Lol Reply I just had a shudder-inducing flashback to the first time I used Tabasco sauce in guacamole. Reply Why didnt you just. not use the Sauce ? Reply I probably watched this video like 30 times Reply rosemary is that strong? wow Reply explanation: americans = sugar and salt. sugar first tho.tha fuck is wrong with you? Reply omg I love this video and I super wish you would share more like this. I mean… I hate to say I want you to fail… but this video went right to my faves!!! Reply Hi John: after you put the water in to deglaze and realized you should have used the chicken stock, you could have cooked it until the water evaporated then added the chicken stock and some white wine. Idk but you must be overly sensitive to the taste of rosemary because I didn't think it was that much overall. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.