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Lomo al trapo

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  • jumbo7676
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    Henrik All good on both browsers.

  • Henrik
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    I'm using FireFox. Switched early this year. Absolutely love it, because of the privacy controls.

  • DiverDriver
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    Try Firefox. I never would go back to google (other than maps).

  • DiverDriver
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    rappas -

  • Henrik
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    Thanks for letting me know. Now fixed, please try again and see if it works for you.

  • jumbo7676
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    The page on your site isn't loading for me. Tried directly from the link above and by clicking through from your homepage. I get a blank screen on both Chrome and Internet Explorer. Other recipe pages are not giving me any problems, just the Lomo al Trapo.

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  • bardsleyque
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    Looks really good,just may give it a go!

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  • troymeister
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    That is very interesting,

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  • troymeister
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    I was thinking the same thing...lol!

  • Henrik
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    Banana leaves would work just as well. Nice way to "re-use" nature :-)

  • Henrik
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    Thanks, it was a big hit!

  • klflowers
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    Very nice, Hank. Got to add it to the list.

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  • texastweeter
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    I have done fish like this with banana leaf.

  • gcdmd
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    I wonder if banana leaves might work in place of the towel/sheet. It would be a high temp version of a kalua.

    Years ago I made a javalina ham (uncured) palatable by wrapping it in banana leaves and slow-cooking it at one end of an oil drum pit/grill with coals at the other.
    Last edited by gcdmd; July 28, 2020, 05:41 AM.

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  • FireMan
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    I’ve seen that somewhere before, years ago in my memory banks. Very cool & cool looking.

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