Ribs are a man's best friends...but are they the cooks? Typically you have to boil ribs, slowly bake them for hours. Then smother them with BBQ sauce and grill them till they're all nice and sticky. SO MUCH WORK. So how about we cut your rib time down by hours! This country ribs recipe is fall off the bone tender, smokey with a tangy sticky glaze you cannot get enough of. I made this country ribs recipe for the first time a couple of weeks ago, and we have made it 1-2x a week ever since. . . .
Today I am partnering with Got Milk? to share this perfect pairing. I grew up in a milk-drinking house. We would always have milk for breakfast, then again at school and later for snacks and sometimes dinner. Still today I cannot eat pancakes or oatmeal with a ice cold cup of milk. One just does not go without the other. My mom was/is a big fan of healthy, natural foods. Foods that will fill up those belly's (not with empty calories) and provide plenty of vitamins to bodies. So of course milk . . .
This year this is our Father's Day meal...why? because my sweet husband made this recipe for me on Mother's Day, and he has since crafted it to be his own and one of his favorite recipes of late. A lean pork roast rubbed with herbs and salts to create and fresh, juicy savory piece of hunka hunka burin' love. We personally like to serve it with potatoes and gravy (it's a kid favorite) and some healthy healthy veggies. (Down below I served it with Twice Baked Potatoes (yummy) ) BUT you can . . .
ok, so its no secret that carne asada is pretty bomb. I love it, I order it all the time...but what I have really been into lately is carnitas. When it comes to making a Mexican meat at home carne asada is not typically a choice that I make. Steak is expensive, and finding the right steak for carne asada has been difficult for me. Pork Carnitas however are really great choice to serve and make for your family and guests. It is inexpensive and serves mucho amigos. It is also EASSSY. So. . . .
I am currently at home, my childhood home, in Idaho, with no kids (or makeup and in my stretchy pant) basking on the couch. Isn’t vacation the BEST!?!?! I mean seriously. This never happens in real life, in my other home.So I’m soaking it in while I can. I mean, I’m not a total slacker…common, I still clean and cook. I LOVE cooking for family. My brothers are the best complimenters you ever did meet. I get really excited every time I come home to make my latest favorite meal for . . .
I love this Chicken Cordon Bleu recipe because it's easy, filling and has a wonderful gourmet feeling to it. Perfect for a family dinner or double it for guests. It seems to hit the spot any day of the week with its salty sweet ham, tender juicy chicken and gooey cheese. ahhh. And let me show you just how simple this chicken recipe is... Set out the chicken to thaw, when thawed you butterfly the chicken breasts (so 1 breast = 2 chicken cordon bleu roll-ups) It takes about 10-15 minutes to . . .
If you want a simple, quick and tasty dinner.. I've got on for you right here. So this is a slow-cooker recipe that uses pork roast. My favorite kind of roast to be honest. I buy the four-pack at Costco and freeze what I don't need right away. Cooking one roast will usually fix up enough for my family of 5 with some left overs. And this recipe was no exception. This recipe was originally submitted to Oh So by one of our friends Stephanie Whipple. (Thanks Steph!) And we fell in love with the . . .
I made this pulled pork and it was so delicious! My husband said it was the best ever!- well duh it is a Paula Deen recipe. I have adapted it a little to my taste. The liquid smoke part is kind of amazing- that stuff works wonders on meat, giving it an extra dimension of flavor that a slow cooker just can't do. This also makes gobs of food- fed my family of 5 two meals. We are going to start out by making the rub! Mix the dry rub ingredients in small bowl. Rub the rub all over the roast! . . .