This week the Thrive At Five Weekly Meal Planning bloggers are bringing out some of our favorite recipes for your consideration. With five weekly main courses and three bonus recipes, I hope you’ll find somethings your and your family will enjoy, and that the suggestions will help take some of the stress out of your weekly meal planning.
This recipe for Garlic Lovers Pork Chops was completely inspired by a trip I’d taken to our local warehouse superstore (aka Costco). During that trip, and on a whim that I picked up one of those mega-sized bags of whole, peeled garlic cloves and tossed it into my cart. While I wasn’t quite sure what I would do with so many peeled garlic cloves (there must have been at least 500 or more cloves of garlic in that bag), my mind was excitedly thinking of all the delicious possibilities!
Sometimes dinnertime calls for a simple, no-fuss option that the whole family will enjoy. This recipe for Crunchy Cool Ranch Pork Chops will fit into any families weekly dinner plans when time is short because so is the ingredient list.
I’ve been noticing over the past several years that, in general, people want their food preparation to be as quick and easy as possible. In response to that I’m sharing with you my 5-Ingredient recipe for Root Beer Country Ribs made in the slow cooker.
All the flavors you love in a traditional French onion soup are captured in this recipe for French Onion Pork Chops. […]
Ponzu is a Japanese citrus based sauce that not only adds tremendous flavor to this One Pan Ponzu Pork Chop […]
This recipe for Irresistible Spiced Apricot Mustard Glazed Ham will take your glazed ham to epic proportions, and with hardly […]
This Balsamic Herbed Pork Roast with Cranberry Relish Glaze is festive enough to serve your family and friends over the […]
When you don’t have time to fuss after a long day to get dinner on the table, with very little preparation in the morning you can have this delicious and easy Mexican Slow Cooker Pork Tacos with Rice meal waiting to eat almost as soon as you walk in the door.
Whenever I’m at an American county fair or street festival, I always make a beeline directly to the corn dog stand. Corn dogs have always been something I crave, and they’re the one “food on a stick” that I enjoy more than all the others. Until now, of course. For me, a hot and hearty “Corn-Wurst” now takes the blue ribbon in my heart.