Pork Fried Rice

I made pork chops the other day and I had plenty left over so I decided to make Pork Fried Rice to use them up. Of course you can use this same recipe and make chicken, ham or even shrimp fried rice. Whatever meat you want to add is fine. If you fix rice for a meal, make extra. Put […]

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Grilled Asian Pork Chops

Yes these are as delicious as they look! I am not a big lover of Pork Chops but these are absolutely fantastic! This is my version of Asian Pork Chops. Thank you to my husband for grilling them to perfection! I do not buy regular pork chops with the bone in but you definitely can use them with this recipe. […]

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Scalloped Potatoes & Ham

Whether you like Scalloped Potatoes as a side dish or Scalloped Potatoes & Ham as a main meal, like we do, this recipe is comfort food at it’s best. Usually I make this early in the day and cook it in the slow cooker. Today I didn’t plan ahead so I cooked it in the oven instead. Either way I […]

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Bratwurst

For Christmas my husband asked for a sausage making kit along with the stuffer/grinder attachment for my Kitchen Aid mixer. He finally got around to making it and it was well worth the wait. This was very time consuming and not exactly easy to do. He only complained a little but kept saying he hoped they tasted awful so he […]

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Slow Cooker Pork Chops

It only takes three ingredients to make these moist, fork tender Slow Cooker Pork Chops that are ready in 6-8 hours. I buy a pork loin and then I cut it into 1/2″ thick boneless pork chops. They were ready to eat in 6 hours. Empty the Lipton Onion Soup pouch into the slow cooker, pour in one can of chicken broth, stir with a fork and […]

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Pork Roast & Sauerkraut

Pork Roast & Sauerkraut brings back memories of my childhood. This is the same recipe my Mom made for us more than fifty years ago. The aroma of this dish baking throughout the house is wonderful. Now I know that not everyone likes sauerkraut, however, if you have not tried rinsing it thoroughly before cooking it, you should. Rinsing it eliminates the strong sour […]

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