Stuffed loins for Christmas?

By LINDSAY STERLING  |  December 14, 2011

I'm as astonished as you are to hear myself say that lomo relleno is incredibly delicious! You have to try it. It's mildly sweet as great pork dishes tend to be, studded with soft strong things that are sweet, sour, and salty. If I learned anything in Jenny's kitchen, it's that no matter how messed up something appears, it can still turn out to be phenomenal. I'm calling my in-laws. Christmas is on, and I'm cooking.

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