Traducción de pork en Español:


carne de cerdo, n.

Pronunciación /pɔrk//pɔːk/


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    carne de cerdo femenino
    cerdo masculino
    carne de puerco femenino México
    puerco masculino México
    chancho masculino Río de la Plata Andes
    marrano masculino Colombia
    • My rule used to be to pan-fry pork chops for eight minutes on one side and five minutes on the other.
    • Beef, mutton, pork and venison were common meats, and communities close to the coast could expect to widen their diets with fish and shellfish.
    • She shops for pork chops and clams and yuks it up with the counterpeople.
    • To eat, spread a teaspoon of hoi sin sauce on a pancake, top with pork, cucumber and spring onions, wrap like a nappy and eat.
    • French words veal, beef, venison, pork, even in Chaucer's time, stood for the animals as well as the flesh.
    • Brussels officials are convinced that fun and games for pigs make for healthier animals and tastier pork chops or bacon rashers.
    • Pairing pork chops with other ingredients requires a little ingenuity, as well.
    • Spoon a portion of sauce onto the plate and place the spinach next to the pork chop.
    • To me, life without veal stock, pork fat, sausage, organ meat, demi glace, or even stinky cheese is a life not worth living.
    • A gorgeous, grill-striped pork chop deserved better than to be served so salty.
    • When you treat your pigs as lovingly as your pets, it's not the easiest thing to turn them into pork chops
    • While all of these various types of pork chops are tender, some are more so than others.
    • Egyptian peasants continued to keep pigs as late as 1350 bc, and pork was allowed as food on certain holy days.
    • It's a wonderful recipe of pork, venison, steak, kielbasa sausage and sauerkraut.
    • Slice one pork chop into three pieces and arrange in the center of a plate.
    • The pork and leek sausage tasted supermarket-bought, and the mash was on day release from potato prison.
    • It also makes a wonderful base for pork sausages, beef and lamb, and goes really well with salmon.
    • I had a soft, steaming mound of it with some of the butcher's pork and leek sausages the other day, but it would have gone just as well with a Sunday roast.
    • A handsome pork chop with fennel purée is five minutes past being a winner.
    • Two well-flavoured pork escalopes were breaded and fried, and served with a field mushroom and proper mash.