This recipe was in last month's Canadian Living and it looked so good, I had to try it. And believe me, it is good! I used another type of white wine since I am not a white wine drinker, I didn't want to go out to buy another bottle just for a recipe. It still turned out great. The leftovers make a wonderful sandwich.
This Michael Smith recipe is delicious, easy to assemble and very forgiving. I found myself low on brown sugar so substituted maple syrup to make up the difference. The ribs turned out great and the leftovers reheat very well.
DH and I love pork chops-even better than steak--LOL! This is a simple, homey old standby. I have made this at different oven temperatures to fit in with the rest of my oven meal. Love oven meals. At 350 degrees I bake for 1 hour, 325 degrees about 75 minutes, and at 400 degrees about 45 minutes.
This recipe from the Dairy Farmers of Canada is absolutely yummy and can be easily divided in half to serve fewer people. Serve with mashed potatoes or buttered egg noodles to take advantage of the delicious sauce.
I like this recipe from Canadian Living. You can marinate the ribs for as little as one hour or as long as 24 hours and they don't require long precooking like some other rib recipes do. They do, however, require a full hour on the barbecue, so make sure your tank is topped up!
This recipe was in a cookbook which I purchased for a fundraiser. It is very easy to make and is perfect for that special dinner for two, although it makes enough for four servings. I am including the recipe for the accompanying sauce, although my husband and I both feel that it doesn't really need a sauce.
I just love this sauce, and it is so easy to put together, too. Though I haven't tried it with chicken yet, I think it would be great with 4 chicken breast fillets substituted for the pork chops--simply increase the simmering time (in step number 6).
This delicious stew recipe comes from "Williams-Sonoma Italian Favourites". The recipe suggests serving it over polenta but since I myself don't care for polenta, mashed potatoes make a good substitute.