Category Archives: Pork/Beef/etc

Sherry Baked Chicken Sausage with Thyme Potatoes
Sherry Baked Chicken Sausage with Thyme Potatoes

This is a no-fuss recipe that takes less than 25 minutes from start to finish, and almost all of that time is inactive as the sausage bakes in a deeply flavored bath of sherry wine, butter, garlic, sweet onion, and fresh thyme. Alongside the sausage, some of the cherry tomatoes will consequently burst and share […]

Slow Roasted Beef Brisket

Oven Roasted Beef Brisket smothered with roasted vegetables, red wine, and beef stock. A perfect make ahead Sunday dinner. Get the Recipe: Slow Roasted Beef Brisket

Healthy Turkey Meatballs

Pan fried Turkey Meatballs served on a bed of wilted arugula and sauteed garlic mushrooms. A healthy dinner that can be made in 30 minutes! Get the Recipe: Healthy Turkey Meatballs

Meatball Lover’s Sandwich

Tangy, sweet-sour beefy little meatballs serve a crowd (or provide leftovers at least), in a very satisfying meatball sandwich that will have kids and adults raving. From the original site: I can’t say enough good things about this sandwich. It’s really, really good, and my daughter said “These are the best meatballs I’ve ever eaten!” […]

Baby Back Ribs

A delicious recipe for Baby Back Ribs. Low and Slow is the key! From the original site: I want my baby-back baby-back baby-back baby-back baby-back baby-back baby- back…Barbecue Sauce! Am I the only one who sings this old Chili’s jingle in my head whenever I’m in the presence of ribs? Don’t answer that, I probably […]

Baked Bacon

Easy clean up Bacon! Just as crispy as frying over the stove top! From the original site: I love bacon, and really who doesn’t! But frying it can be a bit messy and you can easily burn it. To be honest, my Grandma made the best bacon on the planet. It was in a pan […]

Prime Rib

Prime rib at home: it’s easier than you think! From the original site: Hello everyone! This is Linda, Sarah’s mother-in-law, nice to meet all of you! I was asked by Sarah, to give you my Prime Rib (Standing Rib Roast) recipe. Believe it or not, all these years of cooking, and I only made my […]

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Roast Pork Loin With Currant Sauce

Most people think that roasting a hog is not easy. However, a roasted pork loin is an easy alternative. You can make it healthier by garnishing it with roasted vegetables. Though the best hog roasts may be prepared by hog roast caterers, the following recipe is also delicious. Try out this simple yet mouth watering […]

BBQ Bacon Meatloaf

Over the years, meatloaf has evolved, becoming a favored dish in all meat loving American homes. The great thing about this American culinary classic, is that there’s not just one way to make meatloaf. This BBQ Bacon Meatloaf recipe is a prime example of the vast range of meatloaf varieties. Although nontraditional, this meatloaf with […]

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Ashley’s Meat Pies

These meat pies are ridiculously simple to make, but packed with plenty of flavor. A savory beef filling and a thick, onion gravy are tucked into a crust that’s impossible to mess up. Perfect for on the go lunches or little kids, these meat pies are just delicious! Ingredients: 2 to 2 1/2 lbs of […]

Braised brisket in Guinness with loads of mushrooms served with champ
Braised brisket in Guinness with mushrooms

I have never really understood why or when celebrating Saint Patrick’s Day became more about food than drink, but in the spirit of exalting my Irish ancestry, I am cooking one of my favourite cheap cuts of meat, brisket, in a bit of the ruby stuff (Guinness is actually a deep red colour and not […]

Stuffed Sirloin with Spinach & Bacon

A delicious, fantastic twist on cooking sirloin. Ingredients: 8 slices bacon, sliced into small pieces 1 small onion, diced 2 garlic cloves, chopped 2 tbsp unsalted butter 1 tbsp chopped thyme 8 oz fresh baby spinach 4 oz cream cheese 3/4 c Italian seasoned dried breadcrumbs 1 tsp fresh lemon juice 1/8 tsp salt 1/4 […]

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Green Bean Bacon Bundles!

These looked too delightful not to share..  From How Sweet It Is : Bacon! How can a day with bacon be… blah?! Weeks ago, a lovely reader named Laura sent me this recipe. Hi Laura! For some odd reason… she thought this had my name all over it. I have no idea why. Bacon. Butter. […]

Pork Cutlets with Mushroom Sauce

The rich, peppery mushroom sauce over the pork cutlets reminds me of those really, really good Blue Plate specials you used to get – only better From the original site: I’ve never been one of those shoppers with a rigid grocery list. Sticking to a list, ticking off every little thing so you stay within […]

Crispy roasted pork belly

Do you wish to enjoy restaurant standard Hong Kong style roasted pork? If yes, this is a very simple homemade recipe that made the same cripsy roasted pork saving you from patron expensive HK restaurant. Get the Recipe: Crispy roasted pork belly

Stuffed Cheddar Whiskey Burgers

Yummy! At Pass The Sushi (@passthesushi) Here at Foodwhirl we love stuffing burgers.  It’s a great way to mix up your normal cookout, and make it a bit more special.  You can even customize the stuffings based on your guests preferences. So we loved finding this tasty combo which includes whiskey, cheddar cheese, and garlic […]

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Cocktail Sausages

A wise woman puts a grain of sugar into everything she says to a man, and takes a grain of salt with everything he says to her.                                                           […]

Asain Braised Short Ribs w. Cranberry Teriyaki Glaze

This is a decadantly rich Asian inspired recipe for short ribs. This is a perfect Sunday Supper dish! From the original site: Two Words.Short Ribs Not just any short ribs, but ones that have cooked down long and slow in a fantastic broth flavored with soy and cranberry. Then generously lacquered with a deliciously sticky […]

Smoky Baby Back Ribs in the Crock-Pot

I’m a fan of low and slow when it comes to pork ribs, and I usually do them in the oven at 300 degrees for 3 hours. But why not the Crock-Pot? That’s practically the definition of low and slow. Indeed. These turned out succulent, and were no fuss. A win! From the original site: […]

Fresh Beet Fettucine with Sausage and Greens

Rich rosemary-scented lamb sausage and the subtle earthiness of fresh beet fettuccine deliciously complement each other in this quick and easy pasta dish. The small amount of lamb fat that is used for sautéing the vegetables gives this simple sauce just the right amount of richness without being too heavy. Tomatoes round out the flavors […]

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Sweet n’Sour Pork

This is my dad’s recipe that he’s used for as long as I remember. It’s a unique twist to the Chinese classic and when you use chilies, has a great bite! From the original site: He cooked his version of Sweet and Sour Pork, which is my favourite version (I guess it just goes that […]

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Dairy Free / Gluten Free Swedish Meatballs

I find this recipe a nice change of pace from Spaghetti and Meatballs in tomato sauce. It makes soft and delicious meatballs in a thick and creamy gravy that others will never know are gluten and dairy free. Comfort food at its very best! From the original site: If you can have dairy replace the […]


Tamales are a special treat reserved only for three holidays in Latin households – Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s Eve. Tamales are delicious and are also surprisingly cheap and easy to make as well. Every country and family has their own version of tamales. Because my husband is from El Salvador, my version is typical […]

Japchae – Korean Sweet Stir Fry Noodle with Beef and Vegetables

All family member waiting this dish to be serve…This is one of our comfort food :) From the original site: Japchae is one of korean favorite traditional dishes, it’s a sweet stir fry noodle with vegetables and beef. Japchae often serve as side dish on korean house, if japchae serve only with rice in a […]