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Pork Chops and Peaches

‘Tis the season… Stone fruits – peaches, plums, nectarines, apricots – they’re all starting to hit the stores. And I am psyched! I am a huge summer fruit fan. I know that most of this stuff – especially berries – are n...

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Pork Chops and Apples

Dinner was definitely going to be pork chops, tonight. I had taken them out of the freezer at 3:30 this morning before getting ready for work. I don’t often figure out what I’m going to do with something until I’m getting ready to do it. The ...

pork tenderloin

Pork Tenderloin

The planned dinner tonight was a pork tenderloin. Planned, as in I took a pork tenderloin out of the...

Baby Back Ribs

It’s 45 days to retirement, and the last hurdle has been jumped. We have health insurance star...

Pork Chops Milanese alla Victor

I brought home a couple of pretty nice bone-in pork chops, yesterday. I was thinking a Pork Chop Mil...

Pork Scallopini Marsala

Tonight’s dinner would probably be more fitting on a colder night – but it’s in th...

Pork Tenderloin with Pears and Red Onions

What to do with a pork tenderloin when you’re tired of doing the same old things with pork ten...

Pulled Pork and Fresh Rolls

I love unattended cooking. Saying that, it’s surprising that I don’t like crock pots. Th...

Pork Tenderloin and Tapenade

While I was out in the sub-freezing world, today, Victor was home – our warm, well-insulated h...

Pork with Robiola

Several years ago we donated a few hundred cook books to the local library book drive. That left us ...

Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

It’s so nice to be married to a man who can cook! When I spoke with Victor at lunch, today, he...

Empanadas

Tonight’s dinner was brought to you by the fine people at Goya. I was passing through the froz...

Wild Boar Risotto

I’ve had about a half-pound of wild boar sausage in the freezer for a while, now, and decided ...

Ravioli

Thanksgiving is a week away. That means cleaning out the ‘fridge so we can get more food in th...