Be enticed by the kaleidoscope of colours & flavours slowly coaxed into this Stuffed Bitter Gourd Boat with Minced Pork . Besides adding a touch of red to the dish, Wolfberries provides a plethora of health benefits especially for the eye-sight.
This is a gorgeous dish that’s set to impress. Imagine your meat wrapped in mushrooms, foie gras, and lastly with crispy flaky puff pastry.
Hi, I’m Emily! I’ve been inspired by Foodwhirl’s recipes so far, and am excited to contribute to it! My husband and I made tamales for Memorial Day, so I thought it would be a great recipe to share. We make tamales about once a year. They’re certainly time consuming, but making 6 dozen is as […]
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 […]
Enjoy this tender & flavourful Orange Blossoms Shredded Pork With Capsicums, that’s so rich in vitamins! Don’t you think these oranges did a wonderful job to my plating? Get the Recipe: Orange Blossoms Shredded Pork With Capsicums
Using rice paper instead of pasta sheets, this lasagna is gluten free, full of flavour and really easy to make. Get the Recipe: Gluten Free Lasagna
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: […]
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 […]
Green Chile Stew from the famed Pink Adobe Restaurant in Santa Fe, NM uses seasonal Hatch chiles to their best! Fragrant, flavorful, perfect pork stew! http://www.shockinglydelicious.com/green-chile-stew-from-the-pink-adobe-hatch-chiles/ From the original site: My light bulb moment came when I mused that Hatch chiles are grown in New Mexico, so an authentic New Mexican treatment of them would […]
There’s been a lot of talk lately about cutting our meat consumption, (either for your health, or money savings, or for the planet) but if your family is anything like mine, they tend to expect meat for most dinners. Rather than doing vegetarian meals, another way to reduce the amount of meat you eat is […]
Pulled Pork Sandwiches were something I never had until we moved from the south of France to Venice Florida. Seems that pulled pork is something of a southern barbeque delicacy and every area claims theirs is the absolute best. I even have a friend from the Midwest who is adamant that pulled pork sandwiches are […]
Reader Deb, of Deb Cooks…, sends us this recipe, which I thought was perfect to share with you guys. Pork tenderloin is a favorite of mine–it’s tasty, healthy, and quick cooking–and I’m always looking for new recipes for it. I love the idea of serving this with Chinese Pancakes. Deb writes: I have been making […]
Gung Hay Fat Choy! Chi fan le mei you? (Happy and prosperous new year! Have you eaten yet?) Both common greetings for the Lunar new year, commonly know in the states at the Chinese New Year. This year Chinese New Year starts on February 14th. The Lunar New Year celebration is 15 days long, each […]
This is a recipe I rely on a LOT. It is so easy and versatile and it requires little or no attention once you’ve got it prepped. I mean, it cooks while you SLEEP – who can’t work that into their schedule? The inspiration for this recipe comes straight from my Granddaddy Gene. He was […]