Bon Apetit Magazine Cooking Life columnist Molly Wizenberg shares her unforgettable recipe for pate de campagne—French country pate. Serve at room temperature with a sprinkling of salt, cornichons, Dijon, and a baguette.
When I lived in NC, I fell in love with their vinegar based BBQ! After moving back to GA, I missed it, and tried my hand at making it in my crock pot. I remove all visible fat from the boneless pork loin and crock until fork tender and shred it into the pork juices -- no added BBQ sauce is necessary during crocking process! After crocking, the cooked pork DOES NOT have a vinegary taste!
Mean Chef's Pulled Pork recipe #26257 is pretty much the gold standard for pulled pork on Recipezaar. I am offering up this alternative that looked fantastic when Tyler made it on the Food Network and turned out fantastic when I made it at home also. The ingredient list is his, the instructions are mine.
Perfect party fare. Keep warm in a crockpot for your guests. Also great as a main course. Serve with mashed potatoes or over cooked noodles. The gravy is rich and tasty. Prep time includes the 2 hr refrigeration.
A sticky, sweet and sour marinade and sauce makes the taste of these ribs explode in your mouth! Try serving them on a bed of rice. Of course, if you prefer, you can cook them on the barbecue but be sure to boil the marinade well before using.
my dads most requested dish. just add green breans and a baked potato and you have a great meal. the hardest part is letting the chops stay in the oven long enough- you can start smelling it a good hour before its ready
This is a Paula Deen recipe which has become a favorite in our house. It is a hearty, comfort-food type of meal. The white sauce and potatoes are absolutely delicious. It takes a bit of time to prepare but the results are well worth it! I also like to serve this with a steamed vegetable and/or salad. Enjoy!