Pork Belly Burgers are kept juicy by adding grated shallots into the ground beef. They’re then grilled to perfection, topped with Gouda cheese and two thick slices of roasted pork belly! Oh, happy day!
These super moist and flavorful pork meatballs with Dijon mustard and pretzels pair perfectly with creamed caraway cabbage. Add Dijon […]
Travel all the way to Ireland without ever leaving home with the taste of this Dubliner Cheesy Potato Tart. Every year for […]
As much as I enjoy eating baby back ribs, I never order them in restaurants. Ever. I just can’t seem to bring out my cannibal cave-woman side in public.
At home, however, all bets are off, and you can find me gnawing on bones with the best of them.
With recipes like this, there is no reason to wait for Oktoberfest for a delicious German dinner.
Although I’ve never been to Germany, it’s on my bucket list of places I dream of going.
However, with recipes like this, I like to imagine myself already there. German Pork Ribs with Sauerkraut for the slow cooker.
There are always so many new recipes that I want to make and share with you here on my blog. Believe me, the list is very long. Because of that, I rarely go back through my own recipe archives to remake something I’ve already shared with you. Until now.
Since this Pork Pot Pie takes advantage of leftover pork (from the pork roast I made that could easily feed eight to ten people), it also did double duty in this pie that can also feed eight people. Maybe someday I’ll get the hang of cooking for only two…but don’t count on it. LOL
If you love Greek flavors, then you’ll love this easy to make five-ingredient recipe for Greek Spinach with Feta Stuffed Pork […]
If you aren’t a big fan of cooking and want something delicious to put on the dinner table that doesn’t use many ingredients, this is the recipe for you!
The breading on these cracker coated pork chops is utterly delicious! After all, how can you go wrong with pretzel […]