Tag Archives: Pork

Chipotle Pork Cheeseburger

I’m still here, I promise – things are just busier than normal and I’m a bit distracted and preoccupied with other things. I will let everyone know once the baby gets here (and say a prayer for me that it will happen this weekend, please?)! All I have to share today is a recipe I […]

Spice-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Roasted Baby Carrots

Oh the carrots in the recipes. . . so good. Not to say that the pork wasn’t good, but the carrots. . . they were the stars of this dish. It should be noted that they definitely do not need to be roasted as long as the recipe calls for. The carrots probably need about […]

Pork Parmesan and Ricotta Gnocchi

{And now we resume regularly scheduled programming.} The pork parmesan is something that I took from what my mom used to make and I changed it just a bit! Jason has always like this recipe and I’ve made it pretty continuously for the past couple of years. I would imagine it would work well with […]

Pork Chops with Plum Ginger Star Anise Sauce (and other stuff too)

I think this photo may speak for itself. This is the last recipe (I think) that I’m trying out for the Steamy Kitchen recipe testing. Yum. In other news, I didn’t run last night. I know. Bad. But we did go to the free concert and it was a lot of fun (well, Dan Dyer […]

Hoisin Sesame-Crusted Pork Tenderloin

So again, another winner from the Whole Foods cooking class. My coworker went to this class and passed the recipe on to me. She was raving about it so much that I decide I would make it sooner rather than later. Her raving was right on. This was delicious! It felt like something that you […]

Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin

I know, the recipe link actually talks about spiced rubbed flank steak. But sometimes I change things up a little bit. This time I used pork tenderloin – partly because red meat isn’t the healthiest thing for you, and pork tenderloin tends to be cheaper for the most part. A couple reasons why I like […]

Pork and Edamame Fried Rice

I love that you can make stir fries at home and they taste just as good as what you would get at a restaurant. . . and you know that they’re healthier and fresher! Lately I’ve been on an edamame kick, so I saw this recipe and I just had to try it out. It […]