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.
Sure to please your guests, Glazed Ham Meatballs combine ham and fresh ground pork sausage with vegetables, mustard, spices, and a splash of whiskey. What a perfect appetizer for parties and game days.
Instant Pot Pork Loin comes to the rescue when you crave a hearty entree but don’t have the time to cook a traditional roast. Trust me, you are going to love this mixture of seasonings that magically penetrate the meat due to the wonders of pressure cooking.
Pineapple, pomegranate, and lime flavor the homemade barbecue sauce for these scrumptious Baked Tropical Spareribs giving them a Caribbean flair. No grill is necessary, and the ingredients are available year-round. It’s the perfect choice for a taste of summer in the winter.
Tender, juicy Cranberry Dijon Pork Roast is the perfect fall main dish for the family. Cranberries and Dijon mustard pair beautifully with the mild flavor of pork, and the crockpot does most of the work for you. Canned cranberry sauce is used, so you should have no problem making it year-round.
Crockpot or oven, this magical spice mix will transform your pork roast into mouthwatering deliciousness. Great, inexpensive entree for the budget-conscious family.