Tag Archives: Pork

Pork Roast “a la Paysanne” aka Slow Roasted Pork Roast on a Bed of Onions and Potatoes

Pork Roast “a la Paysanne” aka Slow Roasted Pork Roast on a Bed of Onions and Potatoes

ShareTweet Peasant Girl Pork Roast. Does that sound appealing? That’s the literal translation of this Roti de Porc a la Paysanne, a deliciously slow roasted pork roast on a bed of caramelized onions and potatoes. The subtle differences between French and English never fail to amuse me. I’m a language and history geek. I can’tContinue Reading

Dry Roasted Pork Shoulder to Combat Spring Sports Schedule

Dry Roasted Pork Shoulder to Combat Spring Sports Schedule

ShareTweet This big hunk of slow roasted pork shoulder is more powerful than it looks. More than a mound of melt in your mouth tender pork, it’s a dinner solution for little league baseball late nights. Every April, little league baseball takes over our family. My husband coaches my son’s team and their practice andContinue Reading

Cider Balsamic Braised Pulled Pork Sliders

Cider Balsamic Braised Pulled Pork Sliders

ShareTweet Don’t these frozen days make crockpot cooking so appealing? Walking into a warm home filled with the aroma of a dinner that’s been cooking itself is a welcome break from the ice and frost. What are your favorite crockpot recipes? Pork slowly braised in cider and balsamic is one of my favorite dishes toContinue Reading

Sensory Overload on the Pork Sustainability Tour

Sensory Overload on the Pork Sustainability Tour

ShareTweet What was your most memorable pork foodie moment? That question kicked off the Pork Checkoff Sustainable Pork Farm Tour that I attended for the last two days, a trip that brought together six bloggers to get up close and personal with hundreds of sows and their adorable pink piglets in the heart of OhioContinue Reading

Ask Pork Questions to Feed the Hungry

Ask Pork Questions to Feed the Hungry

ShareTweet Do you have any questions about how pork is raised? Share them here and you’ll be helping to feed hungry families. I’ll be headed to Ohio in a few weeks along with a few other bloggers as a guest of the National Pork Board. We’ll be traveling to the Wuebker Farm to learn aboutContinue ReadingContinue Reading

Roasted Pork Loin with Cider Cream Mushroom Sauce

Roasted Pork Loin with Cider Cream Mushroom Sauce

ShareTweet Something magical happens when you roast meats or vegetables. All the flavors intensify as the sugars caramelize and instead of getting dry and tough, everything becomes more delicious. And as a technique, it’s hard to find one with lower maintenance: just preheat, season, and roast. Using the same technique for both main course andContinue Reading