This is my new favorite way to cook pork loin. Tender, juicy, and delicious. The only downside is that you’re probably not going to have any leftovers.
Quick, easy, and really tasty. Don’t like pepperoni? Feel free to experiment with your own ingredients. I’ve also made this with hot sausage, and let me tell you, it was a quite a treat too.
Hearty and delicious. Good cold weather food. And did you know that Great Northern (a.k.a. white) beans are packed with potassium? Seriously, check the nutrition label.
This is a real treat and rivals some of the best Chinese takeout I’ve had.
These meatballs are excellent, whether by themselves or in a sauce.
I love this recipe. Very quick and simple. I’m not sure where the reverse part came from as it’s essentially just the guts of an egg roll without the roll, but that’s what I heard it called and I’m sticking to it. (“Reverse Egg Rolls” does sound better than “Egg Roll Guts”, so maybe there is a method to the madness.)
Crispy, tangy, tender, juicy… you get the idea… chicken nuggets from scratch.
Full disclosure: I have no idea why this bread (almost) tastes like sour dough, but it really does. And it’s soft, holds up when slicing, and absolutely delicious.
Hearty and delicious with a bit of a kick to it.
Odds are that you’ve never heard of this dish which takes its name from Brown Hotel in Louisville, KY where it originated. It is rich and delicious, and it’s a great way to use that leftover turkey.