In this quick saute, vinegar and sugar are caramelized in the skillet, forming a deep, richly flavored base for the sauce. Ginger adds a spicy note that plays against the mild pork and pear. Ted and I agreed this was like food from a 5 star restaurant….Delicious!
This recipe was a down home and country as it gets! The gravy and onion was so good not only on the pork chop but on some smashed taters and green peas. Ted and I really savored every bite, it was absolutely great! Continue reading “Pork Chops in Country Onion Gravy”
Brats, sauerkraut, Swiss cheese and beer are the classics for an easy and delicious main-dish fest. I wanted to make something festive for us since Halloween is tomorrow. This not only nailed that but tasted like a wonderful fall evening meal! We love it and it was so easy to prepare! Continue reading “Impossibly Easy Octoberfest Pie”
This recipe is actually what I had made last night for dinner. I just did not have a chance to post it last night. This roast was amazing, the whole house smelled good and it was only 170 calories for 6 ounces. Ted and I enjoyed this a lot and will try it again and maybe the rub mixture on some other kinds of meat as well. Give this a try if you love lean cuts of pork, its delicious! Continue reading “Dry Rub Pork Loin Roast”
Only one skillet is needed to make this scrumptious pork dish….the rice actually cooks right in the skillet with the rest of the ingredients. It couldn’t be easier or tastier. Ted and I really loved the way the rice tasted cooked in the French onion soup. Continue reading “Pork Chops and French Onion Rice”