Linguine with leftover pork, sage, and orange slices; cold veggies – 20 April 2011

D used up the rest of a previously-cooked pork chop (he used some for lunch for himself and R) that was actually half of a thick Costco chop, which he cooked a couple of days ago.

He originally added thin slices of orange (tangerine?) to the pork chops, and added more of those to the pasta. He added sage from the garden, and served it all over some linguine form Costco (Garofalo).

We’ve had this wine before and enjoyed it. It’s from our friends M&N.

D started the meal by bringing me our teeny (IKEA child’s) cutting board with cold veggies on it. Charming 🙂

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