Happy Labor Day! Are you enjoying your weekend? I’ve been so busy this weekend that I almost feel like I need a weekend after this weekend! It’s a good thing I only have four work days this week. I have a feeling that next weekend will be very similar. Peach season is rockin’ and rollin’… Continue reading Slow-Cooked Pork, Fresh Peach and Cilantro Quesadillas
Because national Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month is wrapping up, I thought I would post what is considered by many to be the Philippine’s national dish. Pork Adobo is pork cooked in soy sauce, vinegar and garlic. There are many varieties of Filipino Adobo too, depending on which region you’re visiting – some use ginger or… Continue reading Filipino Pork Adobo
This recipe is inspired by the charming city of Sante Fe. Mister and I spent our first vacation here, soaking in the sights and sounds (and food) of the locals. Pork abobada is a popular dish here, with warm, deep flavors that pop in the marinade. The recipe for this marinade is from The… Continue reading Sante Fe Pork Adobada Tostadas
Baby, it’s cold outside! I really love this time of year. Everyone is decorating their homes for the holidays and staying indoors with their loved ones. It’s a time to catch up on your full DVR and read that book you’ve been meaning to get to all year. It’s hibernation time! Us? We’ve been busy… Continue reading The Best (and Easiest) Grilled Pork Chops!
Okay, so I don’t really speak German. I barely got by in my Spanish classes in high school. Good thing I am an avid Google translator user. Wha-bam! If you don’t know what schnitzel is, you really haven’t lived. Schnitzel is almost as fun to say as it is to eat. Almost. This dish is… Continue reading How to Make an Außergewöhnlich Jäger-Schnitzel
My fantastically amazing friend made this for our last pot luck. The spices in the meat are absolutely to die for. I’ve never had anything quite like it. A little bit of history: Puerco Pibil is a traditional Mexican slow-roasted pork dish from the Yucatán Península. Preparation of traditional cochinita or puerco pibil involves marinating… Continue reading Puerco Pibil (Cochinita Pibil)