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Once again Bon Appetit is appealing to my taste buds with this recipe. Pork chops are a regular staple in my diet, I love acorn squash, AND simple recipes! Although I’ve never been a huge fan of cilantro, it was perfect in this recipe, really complimenting the flavour of the squash seeds, I actually found myself eating the extra seeds mixed with fresh chopped cilantro! As always, I made a few modifications to the recipe, cutting it down to a single serving, and using the acorn squash seeds instead of pumpkin seeds. It also said to shell the seeds, which I definitely was not going to take the time to do! Instead I left them whole and roughly chopped them as stated in the recipe, and it tasted great!
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Posted in Dinner, Easy, Fresh herbs, Pork, Side, Vegetable
Tagged acorn squash, bon appetit, bon appetit magazine, cilantro, easy, lime, Pork, pork chop, recipe, squash, squash seed vinaigrette, Vinaigrette
A dedicated Bon Appetit subscriber (and recipe maker), it wasn’t until last month (when I saw foodie friend Dan’s Goodside’s pork chop) that I noticed they encourage you to “Cook the Cover” and then feature some of the recipes. Given how delicious their February cover looked, I had to give it a go! I adapted the recipe to fit to the ingredients I had on hand, swapping out the ground pork for ground turkey, as well as cutting most of the ingredients in half. I should also mention, that at 5:00PM, when I was just about finished cooking the ragu (or so I thought), I noticed it’s supposed to simmer for 4 hours…!!! Well I sure as heck wasn’t about to wait until 9:00PM to eat the delicious smelling ragu in front of me! So I simmered it until the pasta was done boiling and enjoyed my shortened version. Even though I didn’t cook it nearly as long as the recipes suggests, it had great flavour. If you’re in a rush, and don’t want to simmer it for 4 hours, don’t worry, it will still taste great!
Posted in Dinner, Pork, Turkey
Tagged bon appetit, cook the cover, february, italian, parmesan, pasta, Pork, ragu, recipe, red, rigatoni, sausage, spicy, tomato
After making the Herb Rubbed Pork Loin the other week, in the spirit of Meat & Bread I felt obligated to make a sandwich with the leftovers! Unfortunately, I only made the pork loin to test out the spice blend and didn’t have any crackling for the sandwich! Regardless, this was a pretty tasty sandwich, and I can’t wait til I make porchetta so I can have the real deal!
Posted in left overs, Pork, Sandwich
Tagged Bacon, herb, herb rubbed pork, leftover, meat & bread, Pork, pork loin, recipe, salsa verde, Sandwich
To go along with the pulled pork Carlene was making for our Sunday family supper, I wanted a bright, tangy slaw to contrast the rich, smokey pulled pork flavour. With that idea in mind, I went with a cabbage/apple slaw, and started mixing in ingredients until I got what I was looking for!
Posted in Dinner, Pork, Salad, Sandwich, Side, Vegetable
Tagged Apple, citrus, coleslaw, granny smith, Pork, pulled pork, purple cabbage, recipe, Sandwich, side, slaw, tangy
After a perfect afternoon of ice fishing (okay well not perfect-perfect, because we didn’t even get a single bite and almost hit a deer with the truck – literally missing it by centimeters, but it was perfect in the sense that we got to spend some time enjoying the great Canadian outdoors)…. okay back on topic, after icing fishing, the Good Man and I headed home for a lovely prepared dinner thanks to our good friend, the slow cooker (aka. the crock pot). This recipe for pulled pork is sweet, savoury with a bit of a kick and most of all, the meat is tender and delicious! We served it up with some Whole Wheat Biscuits and a basic Caesar Salad and the meal was complete. But let’s get to the recipe, so you can get cooking! Continue reading
Posted in Easy, left overs, Pork
Tagged cooker, crock, dinner, easy, Pork, pot, pulled, quick, recipe, savoury, slow, Slow Cooker, spicy, supper, Sweet
As part of my recipe testing for the Meat & Bread Porchetta that i’m planning on making in the near future, I needed to try out an Italian Salsa Verde. Instead of following the salsa verde on I am a Food Blog, I decided to go with a more traditional version and slightly modified a recipe from Bon Appetit.
Posted in Appetizer, Bread, Condiment, Fresh herbs
Tagged dipping, fish, green sauce, italian, Lemon, meat & bread, meat and bread, olive oil, parsley, porchetta sandwich, Pork, recipe, salsa, sauce, verde
I have been dreaming about making Porchetta like the one from Vancouver’s Meat & Bread (an amazingly good sandwich shop), but before I bought all the ingredients, I wanted to test this recipe first. After modifying it a bit for a small pork loin, I can happily say the seasoning is definitely similar to Meat & Bread’s, and with crackling and all, this would be pretty amazing!
Posted in Dinner, Easy, Fresh herbs, Pork
Tagged dinner, herb rub, meat & bread, meat and bread, Pork, pork loin, recipe, salsa verde, spice rub, supper, zesty
While I’m an avid fan of pork chops, I can still fall victim to the common problem of overcooking them! Fortunately this is where brining comes into play. Having never actually brined something, I was looking forward to the results and decided to go with a fairly simple brine.
Posted in Barbecue, Dinner, Grilled, Pork
Tagged Apple, Barbecue, brine, brined, easy, Grill, Grilled, juice, juicy, moist, Pork, summer, tender
Okay BS’ers…. I have something to confess….I’ve never BBQ’d before. Yup, that’s right. Never turned on a BBQ, never put food on a BBQ, never turned off a BBQ. Yet have eaten tons of food cooked on a BBQ. Why you ask? That’s always been Bob or my Dad’s job. So welcome to my first adventure into BBQ’ing and I can promise that you will see more BBQ recipes as the summer progresses!
Not to toot my own horn, but my first attempt to create a delicious, flavour packed pork tenderloin was a success! I found a recipe from Canadian Living and adapted it from there. So let’s get to this recipe so you can start your own BBQ adventure:
Posted in Barbecue, Dinner, Pork
Tagged Barbecue, BBQ, dinner, easy, marinade, Pork, quick, summer, tenderloin
After making the Pan-Fried Dumplings and having more filling then wonton wrappers I needed to make something with the leftover filling, so I settled on vermicelli!
Posted in Chicken, Dinner, International Food, Pork, Rice
Tagged asian, bowl, Chicken, dumpling, leftovers, noodle, nuoc cham, peanut, Pork, rice noodle, vermicelli, Vietnamese, wok