Grandma’s Meatloaf was a family favorite in many households in the 1950’s, and has been handed down from generation to generation. The key is in the onion soup mix, plus the mixture of ground beef with pork sausage for added flavor and moisture. The bacon is the cherry on top.
Flavorful sausage meatballs in an incredibly rich mushroom gravy are perfect over rice, pasta, or couscous. Works great as an entree or appetizer.
Raspberry Herb Pork Roast is a delicious, yet easy, diversion from traditional pork entrees. The combination of the raspberry jam with the spicy mustard and herbs lends a sweet and savory flavor to pork loin roast. The spicy mustard and ground chipotle lend only the slightest bit of heat.
Spicy Apple Chip Pork Roast combines sweet and spicy flavors for a new taste sensation. Crispy freeze-dried apple chips are the inspiration for this pork loin roast recipe. The crushed apple chip powder lends a touch of sweetness that balances the heat of the chipotle chile powder. Although the end result is not particularly spicy-hot, if you do not care for heat, the chipotle may be omitted with equally satisfying results.
Pork with Apple Thyme Sauce is a new take on old-fashioned fried pork loin chops. Many of us were raised with applesauce as a condiment for pork dishes. This recipe incorporates a fresh applesauce into the pan gravy with the delicious complementary flavor of thyme.
Hearty Pork Stew takes an inexpensive Boston butt roast and turns it into a robust meal in a bowl, fortified with a satisfying array of vegetables. It is a great way to stretch your meat budget while bringing smiles to the family’s taste buds.
Sausage vegetable stew is perfect for a cold winter night’s family meal. It only takes about an hour to make this hearty, heartwarming meal. I serve it with garlic bread or artisan bread, and it’s filling enough on its own.
Sweet and Sour Ribs in the Oven require no barbecue grill so they are a perfect choice to make year-round in any weather. The resulting ribs are tender and juicy with almost no effort on your part. You’ll want to save the yummy homemade barbecue sauce to use with other meats and poultry.