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Category Archives: Meats
This recipe for Southwest Stuffed Peppers will make your Tex Mex lovers so, so happy! Bake up a batch today!
This recipe for Grilled Rack of Lamb and Vegetables is the perfect example of how you can use your grill to create a gorgeous and elegant feast. Another installment for #CookoutWeek is here…check it out! Plus a fabulous giveaway awaits! … Continue reading
It’s day two of #CookoutWeek and this Pork Burger recipe is a super way to enliven your grilling menu using ground pork instead of beef! After all, they are called “ham”burgers!
This super cheesy Macaroni and Beef Skillet recipe is a grownup version of that boxed helper you may have had as a kid. Flavored with cumin, coriander and garlic, it’s reminiscent of Chili-Mac; it’s very hearty and it’s sure to … Continue reading
My variation on the traditional: Pork Cordon Bleu. This recipe uses a thin pounded pork loin slice in a roulade around a slice of Black Forest Ham and a chunk of Swiss cheese, breaded and pan-fried. It’s simple to do, super … Continue reading
This Bacon Cheeseburger Tater Tot casserole recipe tastes just like a bacon cheeseburger. That would be because it has all the wonderful ingredients that would go on a bacon cheeseburger, all in one dish. Plus, it has the Mr. Saucy Seal … Continue reading
This recipe for Pork Scaloppine (scaloppini) is really, really simple to prepare, but can make a very elegant presentation. You’ve gotta love recipes that make it appear you’ve gone to a lot of effort when you haven’t.
This Stuffed Peppers recipe is inspired by the flavors of the Mediterranean. It is easily modifiable for different meats and cheeses and I give you the details. So easy, really flavorful and a simple meal to prepare, Mediterranean Stuffed Peppers … Continue reading
This recipe for Carnitas Pork is simple, it can be made ahead and seared to perfection when you’re ready to eat, it’s full of flavor and just in time for Cinco de Mayo. But this recipe is one you will use all … Continue reading
This recipe for Slow Cooker Gumbo is very simple, even though it takes about 20 minutes of advance preparation. It is worth that few minutes of time to allow this delicious gumbo to simmer all day in your Crock-Pot.