In reality Tacos Al Pastor are made on a Spit…pork is grilled on a rotisserie and the meat is sliced off like they do when serving a Gyro…but I don’t have a Spit…or a rotisserie even…so I make mine in a slow cooker. No hassle…just delicious! I serve these on many a Taco Tuesday… Continue reading
As I’ve mentioned before, I’m a huge fan of Mediterranean cuisine. They love mixing sweet with savory and by combining these flavors you get something really unique…on today’s menu is a pork dish inspired by the flavors of Morocco. Pork is not the usual meat in Morocco…lamb, beef, chicken and fish are very popular there but I’ve spiced up some pork instead! Come along with me to Morocco… Continue reading
Pork Scallopini is the simplest of meals…it’s an Italian meal of thinly sliced meats dredged in flour, sautéed and served with a lemon sauce…very easy yet very tasty! I’ve eased up on the flour by dusting instead of dredging and roasted the lemons until they are edible and flavorful. They add the perfect punch of flavor to this classic dish. Continue reading
This was a dish I used to make for my kids when they were hungry teenagers. I will admit that I used to buy my pita bread but it is so easy to make and it’s so much better than the store bought ones that now I make my own, (well sort of, I could make my own pizza dough, but this time I didn’t).
Pork Roasts are so flavorful…We usually have Pork Roasts on New Year’s Day…here’s one that braises in beer and it’s just so delicious…a real winner…Here’s hoping your New Year’s Eve is fantastic and 2017 a banner year! Continue reading
The cooling weather calls for warm chilis and soups…This week Heidi and I will be sharing a few of our favorite Fall recipes that keep us warm on these chilly days! On today’s menu is a chili made with pork and Italian sausage and blackeyed peas instead of kidney beans. By changing one or two items in a recipe you’re able to create something new and experiment with different flavor combinations. Keeping it simple…yet tasty! Continue reading
You don’t have to go out to have a great noodle bowl…You can have one right at home. Asian inspired flavors are a favorite in the summer for me and rice noodles are great hot or cold. I grind my own pork because I like it really fresh, but unseasoned pork is fine to use too… Continue reading