Ham & Cheese Calzones are a simple way to put some of that holiday ham to great use. The calzones are delicious and portable! I make variations of these for occasions where we need “food to go” like our ice fishing trip this past January.
Nice, thin pork cutlets cook like a flash in the skillet and the gravy takes only minutes to whip up. Pair this with a simple tossed salad and this quick dish makes a lovely meal for a busy weeknight supper.
Tender, flavorful country pork ribs with a slightly sweet, apple flavor. This slow cooker recipe is sure to please!
This is absolute German comfort food. I love this dish – and while it may not be the most colorful supper – it is slam-packed with classic flavor.
This is probably my most famous recipe of all time. I made this for my daughter’s wedding, my son’s wedding, for army FRG fundraisers (sold out – 40 lbs in 40 minutes), it is requested at almost every big family event. It was even mentioned in the engraving on an award I was given. Yep,…
When we lived in Germany, I simply loved having schnitzel when we went to any gasthaus. Traditionally schnitzel is made from veal, but you can also find many pork variations. This is my absolutely favorite schnitzel to make. The gravy is rich and creamy, and the schnitzel is crispy and tender. I dreamed about it…
On the last evening in Hawaii, I enjoyed this wonderful and traditional dish – Kalua Pig. It is eaten with cabbage, pineapple and rice as you see on the plate.
This is a very thick and hearty soup, great for cooler weather, and very “stick-to-your-ribs.” It is wonderful served with a nice crusty bread.