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Local pork reemerges as the alternative white meat
Cyprus Cafe chef Vera Hansen pulls a pork loin from the grill before placing it on a bed of harissa couscous.
Grilled local pork loins provide a succulent and affordable change of pace for patrons at several of Durango’s fine-dining restaurants.
A grilled pork loin, served with a fig and orange sauce and sauteed greens on a bed of harissa couscous, is a popular option at Cyprus Cafe.
Cyprus Cafe chef Vera Hansen finishes a grilled pork loin with a fig and orange sauce plus sauteed greens, all resting on a bed of harissa couscous.
Flash and Betty Pork Roast

Notes: Most pork today is cut into spareribs, but it can be cut as a whole rib roast, with both sides. In the days of families gathering for Sunday dinners, pork rib roast was a flavorful main dish that filled the home with a delightful aroma that

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Chop, chop

Cyprus Cafe chef Vera Hansen pulls a pork loin from the grill before placing it on a bed of harissa couscous.
Grilled local pork loins provide a succulent and affordable change of pace for patrons at several of Durango’s fine-dining restaurants.
A grilled pork loin, served with a fig and orange sauce and sauteed greens on a bed of harissa couscous, is a popular option at Cyprus Cafe.
Cyprus Cafe chef Vera Hansen finishes a grilled pork loin with a fig and orange sauce plus sauteed greens, all resting on a bed of harissa couscous.
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