I usually don’t like pork chops but I’m always willing to try a new recipe. This was a very simple recipe that didn’t require much time to marinate (which is always good when you are short on time) and I actually really liked the flavour of the rub.
I absolutely love peameal bacon. I usually just slice and fry in a frying pan and enjoy with a little mustard. When I saw this recipe, I just KNEW that I had to go buy some peameal bacon to try it out! Definitely worth the wait (I couldn’t find peameal bacon in my local grocery store for about 2 weeks, and it was driving me nuts with all the anticipation).
I’ve been buying a lot of ground pork lately because it has been on sale and I really love the change up from ground beef. When looking for a burger recipe, this one from the Food network caught my eye (ok, maybe the bacon in the recipe caught my eye).
Bacon. A staple in my diet. And who doesn’t love bacon? I used to cook my bacon in a skillet until my fiancé found this method. I have only cooked my bacon this way since!
Yes, you read that right. I made this bacon jam as a DIY Christmas gift this year for the men in my family. When I saw this Martha Stewart recipe, I just couldn’t resist trying it. And what man doesn’t like bacon? I also brought some to work and although skeptical at first, many of my coworkers really liked it.
Simple, easy comfort food. Tons of veggies, sausage and plenty of flavour. This is also my first recipe using fennel.
Guess who bought pork on sale again… I never liked pork chops much as a kid but this recipe makes them taste a little better, thanks to Martha Stewart.
I had a craving for pulled pork, I went to the grocery store and beautiful pork shoulder was on sale… clearly, it was fate. And this recipe definitely hit the spot, cooking low and slow in the crock pot, and made one of the best (and easiest) pulled pork sandwiches I have had.
I have never had meatloaf before so when I saw this Gluten Free version, I knew I had to try it! I think it turned out pretty good if I do say so myself.
This pork tenderloin recipe has a flavourful, sweet ginger marinade that is simple to make and caramelizes the pork. This recipe is from Canadian Living.