This is the cheapest cut of pork you can buy.
Rub the pork with the oil and salt then leave, uncovered, in the fridge for at least 2 hrs, but preferably overnight. When ready to cook, heat oven to its maximum setting. Lay the pork on a rack over a roasting tin, making sure the skin is exposed. Roast for 10 mins before turning down the heat to 180C/fan 160C/gas 4, then leave to cook for a further 1½ hrs. Have a look at the pork – if the skin isn’t crisp, turn up the heat to 220C/fan 200C/gas 7, then cook for another 30 mins until crisp. Leave to rest on a board for at least 10 mins.
MMMmmmm Egypt during civil unrest not sure that was a great idea.
Some great pictures but if you want to know what the holiday was actually like, check out the review we gave it.
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Pictures 2-9 were taken either at Birmingham Airport or at the Novotel we stayed at 30 seconds walk from ‘departures’ on day one – the scallopps were amazing – Heather sent her steak back and got a refund. Breakfast was good and the cheese and port finished the night off perfectly. We used the ‘day before check-in’ facility which meant after a night at the hotel we wandered through to the departure lounge from hotel and only waited 40 minutes before we took off which was a welcome break from the usual three hours.