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    Quote Originally Posted by mano View Post
    Any recs? I'd like to stuff them, if possible and have bleu cheese melted on top, and a sauce. Something that goes with red wine. But I'm open to anything inventive such as relishes. Mango, poached pear...?
    Peaches are great and are in season right now...use some fresh ones and some white peach puree by Culinary traditions GOOD STUFF!!

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    Re: Peaches

    You could make pan-fried chops with fresh peaches and a hot pepper jelly-bourbon pan sauce, topped with crumbled bleu cheese.

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    unfortunately pears are winter fruits. if you can find comices though, just colour them in a pan and with noisette butter, i'ts awesome with foie gras and pork filets so it should suit nicely grilled ribs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cnochef View Post
    I am saving it for my cookbook, but who knows when that will be finished, so here you go:

    RHUBARB RELISH

    4 cups fresh rhubarb, large diced
    4 cups onions, medium diced
    2 cups apple cider vinegar
    4 cups brown sugar
    1 tsp each of ground allspice, cinnamon and cloves
    2 tsp salt
    1/2 tsp ground black pepper

    Caramelize onions in brown sugar, then add rhubarb and other ingredients and saute until rhubarb is fork tender.

    It is superb with pork chops or tenderloin.

    You can keep it refrigerated for a couple of weeks or can it.
    This is going to get made for Sunday dinner!! Looks so good I may dream about it

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