This is a Newfoundland recipe so westerners probably won’t like it….although it does taste good! Thanks to Keith McGrath’s mother…Jane.
One of the most versatile types of meat, pork is economical, tender if cooked correctly, and oozing with flavour.
The sauce is great on pork chops or burgers too so save the excess! Thanks to https://listotic.com
When bacon just isn’t enough! Shawn made this for us and it was great!! Serves 6 – 8 Thanks to https://bbqaddicts.com and Shawn!
Great as main meal or appies for a crowd. Slow cooking keeps them tender and juicy on the inside…crispy on the outside! Goes well with […]
Easy and tastes great! Thanks to Pauline Oliver
Tried many rib recipes but this is my favourite. Start it in the morning….delish by dinner time. Thanks
Think ahead to marinate but well worth it! Serve with rice or Vegetable Pakoras. BBQ or broil in oven. Thanks to Best of Bridge Cookbook […]
Add buns and you have dinner…done! Thanks to Jean Hamilton
So easy and so delicious. Thanks to Michael Smith for the recipe!
This is a recipe I got from my grandma and also made up on my own. I don’t typically like pea soup, but I only […]
Needs to marinate overnight but worth the effort!
Boil Black Cherry pop in a heavy saucepan over medium-high heat until reduced to 1 1/2 cups, about 45 minutes. Stir in the rest of […]
Thank you to my friend Jean for sharing this recipe! Since the flavours improve with time, I like to start this dish in the morning […]
Mmm more ham….
(1 hour, 350F) A delicious spicy twist on the classic meatloaf. Onions may be substituted for green onions (scallions)
(50 minutes, 375F) This is an easy mix it up in one bowl and cook recipe. You may substitute chopped spinach for the broccoli if […]