These soy, brown sugar and garlic pork chops are quick and easy to make, and they taste great. Perfect for a weeknight dinner when you don’t want to spend too much time in the kitchen!
This soy lemon pork chops recipe is easy and delicious. It can also be used for any kind of sliced pork, such as pork tenderloin. Just be careful not to overcook the pork, which makes it tough…this is one time … Read More
This is a traditional lasagna recipe that tastes great and isn’t as hard to make as it seems. Everyone I have ever served it to has loved it! You can also make it with a twist…if you want to reduce the … Read More
This spaghetti meat sauce recipe makes a lot of sauce and only uses one pot! I usually freeze at least half of it in individual servings that can be re-heated later for really quick meals. You can also choose to … Read More
Nachos are a great dish for sharing while watching the game, or as finger food on the buffet, or even as part of a meal. I often find that the nachos served in restaurants have too many chips and not … Read More
Jambalaya provides an interesting mix of spice, rice, meat and shrimp. A friend of mine who grew up in New Orleans says this recipe tastes just like his mother used to make. I like the rice to be less sticky … Read More
The trick to making ribs with meat that literally falls off the bone, is to steam (or boil) them before putting the sauce on…and I’m sure a few die-hard rib-masters would disagree with me on this…but I have had tons of … Read More