You know what an odd, but great food combination is? Apples and pork. You wouldn’t think that the sweetness of apples (or apple juice) would go well with the mild taste of pork, but it does, and trust me, this recipe for pork and apple cider with potatoes is going to knock your socks off.
It’s hard to believe we’re already into December! At least for me it is. I have no holiday shopping done, no lists made, no nothing, but I’m excited nonetheless – cookies, carols, trees and decorations, more time with my family and the general good cheer and excitement around the holidays is always invigorating.
But because all of this is happening, healthy eating, cooking at home and the like goes right out the window. Never fear, I have some really quick and easy recipes you can whip together to eat well and save time. Like my latest recipe: Asian pork and noodle bowls. Continue reading →
Are you sick of my crock pot recipes yet? I hope not. I’ve got a great one here that will be a perfect, easy meal while you’re preparing for the Thanksgiving feast about to happen next week. Trust me, this honey mustard pork loin roast will truly save your bacon (and your sanity).
Do you ever have those days when you’re totally unprepared when dinner time rolls around? I find that unless I plan out the week’s meals in advance over the weekend it’s bound to happen to me. It happened again last night, but I had a semi-plan. I had a random pork tenderloin in the fridge… Here’s what I did with it.
Do you ever have those weeks where you just can’t get to the grocery store to save your life so you can eat like a normal human? I had that this week. But instead of giving up and ordering take-out last night, I whipped up the quickest stir-fry ever. Continue reading →
My boyfriend recently got a new townhouse and in his beautiful new home is a beautiful new stove just begging for us to use it. I’ve been happily obliging, but when I discovered the oven is not only conventional but also a convection oven. I’ve never done convection baking or roasting, but after a quick Google search of how to adjust it, I decided to give it a try. My first experiment: convection roasting an espresso rubbed pork tenderloin.