I grew up on an old farm north of Boston. We had chickens, ducks, and a lot of fun. This post is about some memories of living the rural life in the 60s, but also a great recipe for cider braised pork. Why not give this simple recipe a try?
I remember stories of my friend Lou’s family and the amazing dishes his mom made at the holidays. This time I decided to create my own recipe for pastitsio… definitely a few unique ingredients, but it’s a new favorite in my house!
Looking for a tasty way to use up leftovers? Especially pork and turkey? This is THE dish you’re waiting for. All in one and it bakes quickly. Why not try a cheesy butternut squash and pork pasta bake tonight?
What is better than a September walk on the beach on a cold day, margaritas under the trees, and a warm bean soup and cornbread to come home to? If you agree, then check out this post! You’ll want to make it today!!!
Today I roasted a Picnic Pork Shoulder and created my own Char Siu sauce, including making my own Hoisin Sauce and Five Spice Powder and it brought back memories of trips to Chinatown when I was young.
Be brave and use lemonade! In my quest for lemon related recipes I got brave and used lemonade as the marinade and roasting liquid in this delicious roast pork recipe. It doesnt take too long, and you can use any mixture of vegetables you like. If you’re getting tired of the same old recipes, this one will definitely shake things up.
I love the Keys, and I love to cook when I’m inspired. This is my version of a Tropical Pork Dinner in the slowcooker inspired by a trip I took with my mother to the Florida Keys.