24 Nov

This little piggy went to roast


As I’ve said before, Sundays are for country walks and roasts.  Here’s our pork roast inspired by C&C Marriage Factory.  It may take a while to cook but it’s easy.  Easy like Sunday morning.  Yeah.

Slow Roast Pork w/ Sticky Sweet Balsamic Glaze


Pork shoulder for 2 (we go for a generous portion but just get what you feel is right)
1/2 cup brown sugar
1 tablespoon cornflour
1/4 cup balsamic vinegar
1/2 cup water
2 tablespoons soy sauce


Heat the oven to 220 C and place pork on top of crushed foil in a tray (to allow the fat to drain).  Roast for 30 mins before covering with a loose tent of foil and turning the oven down to 170 C.  Go enjoy yourself for 3-5 hours.  About an hour before the roast is done, combine ingredients for glaze in small sauce pan.  Heat and stir until mixture is thick and glossy.  Remove any string and smother the pork with glaze 2 or 3 times during that last hour of cooking. Pull apart with forks and serve with remaining glaze on top. 

We had ours with baked sweet potatoes, fried cabbage w/ bacon and brown yorkshire puddings (brown because I’d run out of plain flour but hey, that also made them healthy right?).


Posted in eats & drinks | 9 Comments, go on leave another


  1. Gayle Posted 24 Nov at 8:58 pm

    YUM! x

  2. Lou Posted 24 Nov at 9:19 pm

    This looks sooooooo good! I bet it tasted amazing!

    Hope you are well hun. 🙂

    Lou x

  3. Christina Posted 26 Nov at 7:36 pm

    Looks fabulous! Love all your pictures.

    • Wendy Posted 27 Nov at 12:57 pm

      Thank you for the inspiration!x

  4. angela gallacher Posted 27 Nov at 1:43 pm

    Hi Wendy hope you liked the make up night last Friday. I’m still finding glitter everywhere! Love your blog it’s great 🙂 X

    • Wendy Posted 27 Nov at 9:24 pm

      Sure did! Stay tuned for my post about it later in the week.x

  5. Lynne Curson Posted 27 Nov at 7:44 pm

    This looks sooooo good. You have inspired me to try this!!

  6. Gayle Posted 28 Nov at 9:57 pm

    I can wholeheartedly confirm that after Wendy cooked this meal for us, it really did taste as YUM as it looked! Thank you for a lovely meal! x

    • Wendy Posted 28 Nov at 10:31 pm

      Always a pleasure.x

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