I can honestly say that there is nothing better than having farmers in your family. As a christmas present this year, Mark and Laura gave us a meat gift certificate and with this certificate came a gorgeous porkloin roast. The winter was busy having Theo and I also forgot about it tucked away behind all the frozen casseroles and soups but this pass week I finally got around to making it and it was definitely worth the wait.
Seeing as I've never cooked a pork roast before, I wanted to cook it the perfect way so I called up Mark to get a little direction. This was the marinade/paste that he toldme to use on it.
Smear it all over and then let it all marinate. I started it at 400 degrees for the first 5 minutes and then turned it down to 325 for the remainder. My roast took about 80-90 minutes and then I let the meat rest for an additional 15 minutes.
Seriously so good and so tender. We also had lots of leftovers so Simon took it for lunch the next day and I made egg fried rice with pork for dinner. It was literally the roast that just kept on giving.