An Easy Chili Recipe Using Ground Pork and Beans
Ground pork is perfect as the base for a hearty and satisfying chili that cooks up quickly and can easily feed a crowd. It’s a great dish for parties, too – something you can make in advance and everyone can top their chili however they like it: with shredded cheese, salsa, onions, tortilla chips, you name it! There are no fancy or unusual ingredients in this recipe either, so you will likely have everything you need on hand already in your kitchen pantry or fridge. So why not give this Easy Ground Pork Chili a try?
A Satisfying Pork Dinner to Feed the Family
Saucy Pork Chops with Italian Herbs
It’s been a pretty cold week here in South Jersey and as such dragging myself out of the house to the supermarket has been low on the priority list. So I’ve been doing a lot of cooking to use up what’s been in the freezer or the fridge and trying to make some favorite comfort food dishes as well.
Flavorful, Tender Pork Shoulder Steaks – Easy and Delicious!
Pork shoulder steaks – also known as blade steaks – are a cut of pork which you may not normally see in your supermarket unless you specifically ask your butcher for them. It’s an inexpensive cut of meat from a section of the pig often de-boned to make a roast for slow-cooking, ground up for chop meat or cubed for stewing. Typically it either needs to be marinated and grilled quickly or slow-cooked until tender, as anywhere in between those two approaches and the meat will become very tough.
Parsnip and Turnip Winter Stew
Vegetable soups and stews can make for very satisfying home-cooked meals, even in the winter months when fresh produce is not as readily available as in the spring or summertime. Winter is a perfect season to enjoy hearty root vegetables like parsnips and turnips, often overlooked yet full of nutrition and great taste.
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