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1 In some religions, pork is considered impure.
2 The grease from pork can be used for frying.
3 Pork chop is on today's menu.
4 The meat produced from a pig is called pork, bacon or ham.
5 Pork is also the most versatile of meats. It can be roasted whole or in pieces.
6 We dined on a chicken,pork and fresh vegetables.
7 Pork and apple go especially well together.
8 The butcher prepared a rack of pork.
9 Would you like some more pork pie?
10 Don't eat that pork, it's going off.
11 Cook the beans with a piece of salt pork.
12 Pork is rich in vitamin B1.
13 She permits herself pork twice a week.
14 Stir the pork about until it turns white all the way through.
15 He doesn't eat pork,[www.Sentencedict.com] but other than that he'll eat just about anything.
16 The recipe here is a pork roast adapted from Caroline O'Neill's book 'Louisiana Kitchen'.
17 She cooked us a delicious French dish with pork and tomatoes.
18 The quality of pork is often less variable than beef.
19 Legs of pork were cured and smoked over the fire.
20 Bob Djurdjevic bones up on pork belly futures.
21 Lay on a pork pie buffet.
22 I ordered a double pork chop.
23 I was so hungry I'd have eaten pork scratchings.
24 Ideal for serving with chicken, gammon, pork or sausages.
25 Their religion forbids the eating of pork.
26 Pork carcasses adjudged unacceptable are graded U. S. Utility.
27 The main ingredient was spicy ground pork.
28 She can't eat pork. It's against her religion.
29 Traditional pork sausages are down from ￡1.89 to ￡1.59.
30 If we can't afford beef, we have to do with pork.
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