This is a quick and easy recipe that results in tender and flavorful pork chops.
Never had a complaint.
This is tomato sauce at its finest. Unlike most tomato sauce where there are many spices, this tomato sauce is all about the rich taste of the tomatoes.
This is Bichol-style adobo that tastes like heaven. If you like, eat this with rice. It is the Filipino way of doing things and, if you really want to spice it up, add some dried red pepper flakes. Please enjoy!
This is a skillet recipe, inspired by Hamburger Helper(R), but full of good noodles and tastier spices. It has a Thai flavor with lots of curry and works well as a winter meal that will warm you from the inside out.
This is a quick easy lunch, and cheap too. I make this at the fire station and it is very filling. Serve with bread and Romano cheese
An authentic Cincinnati German tradition. This is peasant food and, therefore, labor intensive. There is no "healthy" way to make this dish, so don't eat it every day and you'll be okay.
Down home country style cooking with taste. Real comfort food. Can be made ahead of time, frozen and reheated in the oven. Wonderful to serve with mashed potatoes and fresh green vegetable.
A meaty and very tasty sauce that only gets better the longer it simmers. Enjoyed with almost any pasta, this has been a really old family favorite.
A spicy Chinese sauce that is served over steamed rice. You can adjust the level of spiciness by adjusting the amount of sesame oil. This recipe more closely matches the heat found in the medium mix found in Japanese and Chinese grocery stores. This recipe has the depth of flavor that makes this dish so unique. In addition, unlike the box, I can adjust the spiciness to match the tender palates that seem to plague my family.
This is a nice weeknight skillet meal using boneless pork chops. This recipe is different from others using cream of mushroom soup, because the addition of ketchup to the sauce gives it nice flavor and a pink hue, hence the title. This dish goes well paired with egg noodles.
Two ways to prepare pork chops with a sauce flavored by rosemary and shallots.
This easy, spicy pork recipe is very delicious and very filling as well!
The Madeira greatly enhances the dish with a pleasing flavor. A beautiful blend of simplicity with a bit of elegance. I like to accompany with a wild rice blend and steamed green beans.
A thick, hearty Mexican soup made of pork and broth, hominy, onion, garlic, chiles and cilantro and served with shredded lettuce or cabbage, radishes, onions, cheese and cilantro as optional additions at the table.
Good old Mexican Tamales, just the way my great grandmother use to make. Serve and enjoy a piece of Mexico. Allow all leftovers to cool down completely and then refrigerate.
Tender pork meat with hot sauce.
Flavorful and spicy chili that someone can find in almost every restaurant in Southern Colorado. Use it to smother burritos, eggs, fried potatoes, anywhere you use red chili!
Panfried Pork Dumplings to be exact--these are the potstickers just like the ones you would find at your favorite Asian restaurant. I have worked on this recipe in my own kitchen for quite some time now and I think it's finally right. If you and your friends like potstickers, you are sure to love these. It's essential you get real Napa cabbage from your grocer, no substitutes!