Can't you just see the roasting pig with an apple in it's mouth? These pork chops are
cooked with apples, raisins and carrots in addition to the usual sweet and sour ingredients
of onion, green pepper and pineapple. This tasty pork dish is “to die for.” Serve it over rice
and with a salad.
This combination of fruits compliment each other well and make a yummy sweet dessert
which is great eaten warm with ice cream. It is also good as a left over, eaten cold. The
apples can be either peeled or not, depending on your preference.
We had rhubarb growing in the back of our newly acquired home so a friend gave me this recipe. She said she never use to like rhubarb until she started using this recipe. After making this pie my teenage son said, "I never knew what rhubarb was and would not have tried it until I saw it growing." After eating it he said, "This is the best pie I have ever eaten."
It takes a while to make this, but 2 hours is sitting and cooling at two different times and 45 min. is baking.
Your meat and vegetables cook together in this dish. When the chicken and vegies are done you have a wonderful gravy in the pot to serve over the vegetables. It makes the house smell so good while cooking.
I have been making this recipe for so many years (36 plus) that I do not remember where it originated. I just made it (in multiple) for a Super Bowl party and since there was a request for the recipe, thought I would post it for future reference. We like to add cheese on top when we eat it. I hope others of you will enjoy it also.
My sister has made these for many years. We use them for snacks on New Year's Eve and take them to work for snacks, esp. at holiday time. They have less bisquick mix than most of the sausage-cheese roll recipes, so are more moist. Also, that gives them less carbs!
This salad throws together quickly in the same bowl where you mix the dressing. Tastes great with Italian dishes. I saw Martha Stewart make this on one of her shows and have been making it ever since. The orange juice adds a nice flavor.
This is a variation on a recipe that Alan Alda showed on Martha Stewart Living. It tastes wonderful! And it leaves no mess! Very simple to make. You can use any medium size pasta (penne, elbow, shells etc...) that you have on hand. I have even made it with a mixture of 3 kinds of left over pasta.
You'll love this dish so much it'll leave you feeling intoxicated even if the wine in it doesn't. I used wine to marinate the shrimp as well as to cook this dish. I know the alcohol cooks out - but the flavor is there. Preparation time does not include marination time.
This recipe is one that my teenage son begs for frequently. We have been making it for many years. It can be made with fresh or frozen strawberries. If using fresh, you will need to sweeten 1&1/2 to two cups of berries.