If you are a bacon-lover, as I am, check out these helpful bacon cooking tips. Keep in mind that there are alternatives to pork bacon these days. However, if your diet permits, choose the real thing for the best flavor.
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.
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.
If you love Jamaican jerk pork, try this version with the tantalizing addition of raspberries. Enjoy all those delicious spices as in the traditional jerk sauce, along with the requisite Scotch bonnet peppers and add a hint of sweetness of raspberries. It’s pure awesome sauce!
Traditional Cuban sandwiches are a favorite in the South, but this upscaled version will knock your socks off! It uses artisan bread (from the bakery is fine), rosemary sun-dried tomato ham, and brie cheese.
Sausage rolls are quite popular in New Zealand’s bakeries. They are eaten any time of the day as a snack or meal but are most popular at breakfast or lunch. They are quite yummy and may also be cut down to use as appetizers.
Apple Baked Beans is sure to become your new favorite side dish for parties, barbecues, and potluck dinners. Starting with canned beans makes this a snap to make with only about 10 minutes of prep time.