String Quintet in E flat, Op. 97,
by Antonin Dvorak
Pacifica Quartet Plus One
The secret to this recipe is the same as with any recipe: get the best stuff. As described on the CzechTourism.com website:
"The success of this quintessentially Czech dish depends not so much on the cook's skill as on the quality of the pork. It should be well marbled, not lean; this will result in a succulent, moist roast. The dumplings and cabbage are the perfect accompaniment, though mashed potatoes would do as a substitute. Beer is a must with this meal."
Incidentally, Dvorak's Dad was a butcher, so he'd be quite familiar with the impact quality ingredients have on the success of a meal.
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