High Roasted Pork Tenderloin

Here’s why I turned my oven on to 450 degrees during this blistering heat wave.  It’s all due to a bargain at the grocery. Pork tenderloins were on sale – buy one, get one. So I brought home 2 packs with 2  tenderloins each. I planned on freezing them, but had forgotten that my refrigerator freezers were packed tight. (My big freezer had given up … Continue reading High Roasted Pork Tenderloin

Spare Ribs & Sauerkraut Plus Tips on Choosing Ribs

Sometimes the most delicious foods aren’t the prettiest on the plate. In fact, my catering partner, Bert, who lives down the road, often said the same thing. I guess what I’m trying to say is food doesn’t have to be gussied up to be both appealing and delicious. The spare ribs and sauerkraut recipe I’m sharing fits that category. There’s no wrong way to cook … Continue reading Spare Ribs & Sauerkraut Plus Tips on Choosing Ribs

Slow Cooker/Instant Pot Carnitas for Super Bowl

BEST SLOW COOKER/INSTANT POT PORK CARNITAS  A super SUPER BOWL meal! Today Matt Swaim of the Sonrise Morning Show/Sacred Heart Radio talked about pork and its ancient Biblical history. The recipe I shared is yummy and perfect for a party, or really anytime. It’s not often that a recipe stays true to the original. But this recipe is so good, no one wants to change … Continue reading Slow Cooker/Instant Pot Carnitas for Super Bowl

Ham: Labeling, Cuts and Buying Ham

Thanks to the “loyal reader” who shared this information (edited slightly by me) from an on-line article about ham. This information is really timely – so much so that I encourage you to copy and clip for your files. What kind to buy? Bone-in or boneless; half or whole; spiral sliced or unsliced. Water content varies greatly. Prices on hams brief widely – the least … Continue reading Ham: Labeling, Cuts and Buying Ham

All About Goetta

The weather report is calling for several inches of snow. A goetta making day! Granddaughters Eva, Emerson and Ellery are coming to spend the night, so when they wake up to this winter wonderland, they’ll start the day with a hearty breakfast of goetta and eggs. (Husband Frank will have to shovel a path to the chicken pen so the girls can fetch the eggs). … Continue reading All About Goetta