Dijon Balsamic Pork Tenderloin

Cooking whole pork tenderloin is daunting to some, but really it’s quite simple. The biggest thing to remember is that you absolutely need to have plenty of moisture to prevent drying out. By slathering the tenderloins in a thick sauce like this Dijon Balsamic sauce, you trap in the moisture and get super juicy pork.Continue reading “Dijon Balsamic Pork Tenderloin”

Italian Sausage & White Bean Soup

Colder weather always calls for soups – at least in our house. And we like all kinds of soups – creamy, brothy, beans, rice, pasta, veggies. I had some extra Italian sausage from a big Costco pack, so wanted to make a soup that used those up. Italian Sausage & White Bean Soup turned outContinue reading “Italian Sausage & White Bean Soup”

Fried Pork Sandwich

A few weeks ago, I was inspired by a fellow food blogger to make pickled mustard seeds. I didn’t even realize this was a thing outside of stone ground mustard. It was so super easy to make, it’s almost funny. But then I had to sort out how to use them. I have lots ofContinue reading “Fried Pork Sandwich”

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”

Bloody Mary Pork Soup #slowcooker

The flavors of a Bloody Mary may seem an odd choice for a soup – but hear me out on this one! Bloody Mary seasoning is a salty, spicy mix of yummy – and you can use it for much more than your Sunday Brunch beverage. Most seasonings have Worcestershire, salt, cloves, garlic, onion, vinegar,Continue reading “Bloody Mary Pork Soup #slowcooker”

Lemon Garlic Grilled Pork Chops

Simple, flavorful, easy – my favorite kind of main dish! This one is totally about the marinade. And the longer you can leave it in the marinade the better. Best to put it in the juicy goodness before your start your work day so it can sit absorbing all day long! Then when you getContinue reading “Lemon Garlic Grilled Pork Chops”

Sweet Lime Pork w/ Pineapple Slaw

Rice bowls are so easy and so yummy. You can make them tons of different ways and use all sorts of flavor combinations. They are also awesome for slow cooked meats – because you can just put the meats in the cooker in the morning and make a pot of rice in the evening. SweetContinue reading “Sweet Lime Pork w/ Pineapple Slaw”

Queso Pork Enchiladas

I absolutely love to make enchiladas. You can do so many different things with them – change the filling, change the sauce, make more than one kind at once! This week I made some slow cooked pork and a homemade queso sauce to create Queso Pork Enchiladas – and they passed the no leftovers test!Continue reading “Queso Pork Enchiladas”

Verde Pork Tacos #SlowCooker #TacoTuesday

I don’t know what it is about the colder months but cooking in the slow cooker always seems like one of the best methods. Maybe it’s because we are back to school (distance learning in my house) and I am just so tired by the end of the day? Who knows – but what IContinue reading “Verde Pork Tacos #SlowCooker #TacoTuesday”

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