Fresh corn is best for this creamy corn chowder with potatoes, but frozen corn will work. The soup gets flavor from salt pork, but you may substitute bacon. For extra protein, add cooked chicken chunks at the end and warm through.
Peach Glazed Pork Tenderloin is a quick and easy entree for a special dinner or any night of the week. The peach glaze is made from three simple ingredients and requires no more effort than popping it into the microwave to melt the butter. The magic happens in the air fryer, but I’ve added some basic instructions if you haven’t yet jumped on this bandwagon.
Yummy Breakfast Pizza will put you in a good mood for the entire day. What family doesn’t love pizza? Our family also gets a kick out of having breakfast for dinner, and this is the perfect solution. It’s great for a weekend brunch for a lazy Sunday.
Cheesy Breakfast Strata is perfect for breakfast, brunch, or as a light dinner with a salad. Swiss cheese, chives, and bacon give a kick to bland potatoes and eggs. The flavor is fabulous, and it is even good at room temperature.
Cranberry Pepper Pork Loin combines sweet/tart cranberries with spicy chipotle chile peppers and herbs for an irresistable flavor sensation. The roast is moist and tender, with a delicious crust.
Baked Champagne Ham is sure to be a show-stopper for any special occasion or holiday meal. The ham basting sauce is made with champagne, brown sugar, honey, ginger, and dry mustard. They are simple ingredients, but really enhance the flavor of the ham.
Jack and Coke Pulled Pork is a take-off on the popular cocktail that is a big hit at parties and sports gatherings. The barbecue sauce is made separately and goes together in a matter of minutes, so make extra for other meats.
Pork Tenderloin with Texas Slaw is sure to become a favorite in your recipe box due to its flavor and versatility. Great for dieters and the whole family.