Root Beer glaze is also delicious as a barbecue sauce on chicken, pork chops, and burgers.
If you’d like to get a head start on your weekend grilling then this recipe is for you! This no-fuss recipe makes delicious fall-off-the-bone ribs every time. I usually make my own barbeque sauce, but you may use any one of your favorites.
This simple filling is also good over rice. It makes enough to fill 8 six inch tortillas. Serve a variety of salsas and hot sauces, from mellow to mouth melting.
These really should just be called “Heaven On A Bun” unless you’re a vegetarian. Pork shoulder, simmered for hours in rum and coke is fall-off-the-bone tender. Feel free to top this deliciousness with a scoop of your favorite slaw.
Impress your friends and family this Easter with this super easy glazed ham!
Brining pork chops leaves them succulent and tender. The apple cider gives a hint of sweetness as well. Double or center cut should be used and should be at least 1 inch thick. Serve with a nice salad and some hearty potatoes and you’ll have a wonderful weekend dinner that’s easy to make.
These pork chops are nice and creamy. The onions keep it moist and I’m sure these pork chops will become a favorite in your house.
Sweet and gently spicy, these quick pork and plum kabobs are basted with thick barbecue sauce for a simple and delicious crust.
It’s Cinco de Mayo again and this year it falls on Taco Tuesday. Make your own Carnitas Tacos and help celebrate the Mexican army’s victory over the French army at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. In the United States, Cinco de May is often mistaken to be Mexico’s Independence Day, which is celebrated on September 16th.
Super easy and super satisfying! Serve with bok choy & rice and you’ll have a delicious Asian meal.