Tarragon Pork & Rice

Tarragon is one of those herbs that isn’t necessarily in everyone’s kitchen, but it really should be. It is a great flavor that just brings out the richness of sauces and meats. This Tarragon Pork & Rice is so easy to make but tastes like you spent so much time on it when the ovenContinue reading “Tarragon Pork & Rice”

Italian Pork Pasta

I usually make pork at least once a week at my house. And I try to make it in a different style of food each time. This time around I went with Italian Pork Pasta. It started with my Parma Rosa recipe (the first recipe in my cookbook!) and evolved from there. As I alwaysContinue reading “Italian Pork Pasta”

Mississippi Pork Sandwiches #slowcooker

Typically, when you think of pulled pork sandwiches you go straight for bbq pulled pork. But does that always have to be the case? I am saying a resounding NOPE! I have been seeing lots of recipes for a Mississippi Pot Roast made in the slow cooker, and decided to put my own spin onContinue reading “Mississippi Pork Sandwiches #slowcooker”

Smoked Bangers & Mash

Some say don’t mess with the classics – but sometimes it’s totally worth it! I decided to try my hand at Bangers & Mash but add my own spin. I decided to make it in my Traeger and turned up with Smoked Bangers & Mash. The deep delicious Stout beer cooks down into a panContinue reading “Smoked Bangers & Mash”

Beefy Keto Casserole

I don’t always Keto but when I do – I want it to taste amazing and not like I’m on a diet or depriving myself of anything. And I have to say I pretty much nailed it with this Beefy Keto Casserole. It has a sort of “stroganoff-esque” flavor happening but with so much more.Continue reading “Beefy Keto Casserole”

Honey Adobo Chicken Skewers

Marinating chicken is always a good idea. Chicken (especially chicken breast) is perfect for marinades because it is like a blank canvas. Marinating chicken and then grilling it – even better! Honey Adobo Chicken Skewers are the bomb – so full of sweet and spicy flavors. If you think that Chipotle in Adobo is tooContinue reading “Honey Adobo Chicken Skewers”

Grammy’s Sausage Casserole

My husband asked me to try to make a dish that he grew up eating at his Grammy’s house. He had a basic idea of what was in it, but most of the ingredients are not exactly homemade – cream of chicken, chicken noodle soup from a packet – and I just didn’t want toContinue reading “Grammy’s Sausage Casserole”

Grapefruit Asian Pork Tacos

Cooking with citrus is so much fun. It brings so much brightness to any dish. The homemade grapefruit dressing for the Asian slaw in this dressing came out so yummy! Just the right amount of tart and sweet to compliment the flavors of the slow-cooked Hoisin Pork. You aren’t going to want to relegate theseContinue reading “Grapefruit Asian Pork Tacos”

Shrimp Scampi Couscous

Sometimes I like to make what my kids call a “fancy” meal. I try to make shrimp at least every other week. One of my son’s actually came up with the idea for this dish – one of his favorites is shrimp scampi and when I served couscous for the first time he immediately wantedContinue reading “Shrimp Scampi Couscous”

Chili Cheese Scrambled Eggs

“You nailed it!” – “10 out of 10, would recommend” – “This is bomb” These are all the things that you want to hear when you try something a little outside the recipe box. Chili Cheese Scrambled Eggs was a little bit of a crazy idea that turned out to be deliciousness. Totally packed withContinue reading “Chili Cheese Scrambled Eggs”

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