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A Cook's Notebook: Pork Loin Roast

From: Ali Berlow
Series: A Cook's Notebook
Length: 02:24

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clever and poignant

Just stumbled on this today.
I do the cooking in our house. I can kind of relate.
But I also liked the way you worked a recipe (of sorts -- is this really all I need to know?) into a story.

Broadcast History

aired on WCAI on jan. 25, 06

Transcript

She went out again. He felt the door slam behind her. She?s been going out a lot lately and he never knows when she?s coming home. It started off as good thing ? a girl?s outing once in awhile is. Bowling, a matinee, dinner ? being with friends and getting out of the house. But somehow it went beyond all that. And now ? when they are together ? she spends a lot of time sitting in her faded green chair with the radio on and looks at him as if he wasn?t even there.

He shook the can of pepper a little more desperately than usual. So much that the raw pork loin was shrouded in black. He rubbed at his nose with the back of his hand so as not to sneeze sprinkled the meat with salt and then he put it in a brown paper bag ? a clean one from the grocery store ? and counted to three while he poured in some sweet German wine ? figuring that that was about a cup. Tucking in the paper around the...
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