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      Heinz makes a pork gravy if you'd rather buy a premade one. I've used it, it's good. Hannaford should carry it. If not, Target, WalMart, pretty much any store.
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      If you can't find Pork gravy, just buy the "Brown" gravy version and add what drippings you have.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Bernie View Post
      Celery, onions, carrots? That's a beef roast.
      I was raised with pork roast, never seen or heard that before.
      Wow, you must have lived a very sheltered life.

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      Quote Originally Posted by barry581 View Post
      Wow, you must have lived a very sheltered life.
      I'm getting a mental picture of those carrots, celery, and onions floating in the bottom of the roaster with the pork grease, think I'll stay sheltered.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Bernie View Post
      I'm getting a mental picture of those carrots, celery, and onions floating in the bottom of the roaster with the pork grease, think I'll stay sheltered.
      It would be pork fat, not grease, and it's extremely simple to skim it off. I've made various gravies, beef, chicken, turkey, and pork litteraly thousands of times and it's actually really, really easy.

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      I always do an apple glaze mixed with my drippings. Use apple cider vinegar to deglaze the roasting pan. Add a little bit of Dijon Mustard. Whisk in some Apple cider. Cook until thickened. I sometimes add a little red pepper flake for spice. Its great for pork chops too!
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      Quote Originally Posted by BaconsMom View Post
      I always do an apple glaze mixed with my drippings. Use apple cider vinegar to deglaze the roasting pan. Add a little bit of Dijon Mustard. Whisk in some Apple cider. Cook until thickened. I sometimes add a little red pepper flake for spice. Its great for pork chops too!
      Sounds delicious!!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Sue View Post
      Heinz makes a pork gravy if you'd rather buy a premade one. I've used it, it's good. Hannaford should carry it. If not, Target, WalMart, pretty much any store.
      Pork Gravy: Heinz® HomeStyle Gravy Products
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      Mmm it's not your space key not working. I just tried to reply with a quote and it won't let me use my space bar either.

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      I've always made my pork roast the same way, exactly like I make a beef roast. I prefer the pork over the beef roast. Lot more flavor. I also add potatoes lol. Then with the juices left in the pan I either thicken it with flour or corn starch. Makes wonderful gravy, soooo good!

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