If you like pulled pork but aren't sure you love it, here's an easy to make coleslaw that will take you from like to love. Guaranteed! This is my "go to" Coleslaw when making pulled pork. It takes no time to whip up and can be made any time of the year.
I LOVE fall. I love the apples, the squash, the pumpkins, and the cooler temperatures. After a busy day out, we headed home and fired up the BBQ. My husband was in charge of looking after the steak and I was in charge of the side dish. My daughter asked what we were having with the steak, and I told her it was a surprise. I had come across a recipe for "homemade pumpkin pasta" and I was eager to try it. The recipe promised to be easy so I thought I'd give it a try. SO glad I did!
Just to be clear, I've never made homemade fettuccine pasta before. The closest I've come to making pasta is Gnocchi and Perogies, Although I didn't have a lot of time and it might not have worked out, I couldn't resist the idea of bringing two ingredients together to make pasta, and pumpkin pasta at that. Honestly, it was as easy as the recipe promised. It came together with ease, wasn't hard to roll out and was easy to slice with a pizza cutter.
The simple sage brown butter sauce paired perfectly with the steak. There was little conversation over dinner as we all enjoyed the flavours. Everyone loved the pasta, For a first go, I was happy with it. Next time I would roll it out even thinner and I'd make the strips a little more narrow. All in all it was homemade, easy, delicious, and "pumpkin"! The perfect side dish for fall.
Easy Homemade Pumpkin Fettuccine with Sage Butter
Recipe credit to Wholefully
This piccata is a no fail dish that is guaranteed to dazzle every palate. Every time I've made this dish it comes out a winner. The chicken will practically melt in your mouth and the combination of the garlic, lemon, parmesan and zing from the capers leaves you wanting more. The creamy twist on this piccata produces a subtle lemon flavour. It's absolutely divine over spaghettini.
No it's not just pulled pork. It's pulled pork with super easy to make but over the top delicious, Apple Coleslaw. This one is totally worth it, and you'll make it over and over again.
A little spice rub, a pour over of a tasty liquid combination and six hours later you end up with pork that's falling off the bone. A couple of forks and presto, pulled pork!
Add some BBQ sauce and some hot sauce if you like, top it with the Apple Coleslaw and I dare you to try and eat just one.
Pulled Pork with Apple Coleslaw
Ingredients for Pulled Pork:
Recipe credit goes to Natasha's Kitchen
1 large onion
6-7 lbs boneless Pork Shoulder Chuck Roast
1 Tbsp salt
1 tsp black pepper
4 tsp paprika
1 cup chicken broth
1 cup your favorite BBQ Sauce (I use Stubb’s Smokey Mesquite)
1 Tbsp liquid smoke (I've never used it but my daughter says it really improves the flavour)
2 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
3 large garlic cloves, pressed
2 Tbsp brown sugar
Recipe credit goes to Cooking with Curls
My husband Jeff has been whipping up nachos for a few years now. They just seem to get better and better. If you have a rotisserie chicken and don't know what to do with the leftovers, problem solved: Jeff's Sweet Chicken Nachos. It's what he does with the chicken that takes it over the top.
I first saw this Buzzfeed recipe on a friend's Facebook page. I saved the video and have been planning to make it ever since. Since Ribeye (boneless) or Prime Rib (bone-in) is an expensive cut of meat, I waited for a sale. Last week, Prime Rib went on sale so I snatched one up to give this recipe a go. So glad I did. You will be too.
What do you do when you pick 30 lbs of apples and you have sausage out for dinner? You find a recipe that incorporates them. Thanks to Jo Cooks for pinning her recipe for Baked Sausages with Apples Sheet Pan Dinner, some of our apples ended up in our dinner!
So I was perusing the shelves of a cafe/restaurant/shop in town called Zannas Flavour Cafe and there sat a tempting jar of masala spice. I couldn't resist so I bought it and few other lovely items. When I got home I began my quest for the right Pinterest recipe for my new masala spice. I settled on "5 Ingredient Chicken Tikka Masala" from Pinch of Yum.
The recipe was straight forward and delicious. You probably won't have all the ingredients on hand but they can all be found easily in your local grocery store. If you have a food processor or blender making the paste will be a breeze. Hint, double your recipe and freeze the extra for another blissful meal.
Looking for a super tasty and super simple dish to prepare? Look no further...Jo Cooks offers up a delicious BBQ Chicken and Mango Quesadilla. Five simple ingredients piled on top of a tortilla, topped with another tortilla equals Quesadilla heaven.
All things cooking, from simple and clean to gourmet and exotic (and everything in between) have been my passion for over 30 years. Since discovering Pinterest, I pretty much exclusively cook from the recipes I PIN. My saying is, "if you can PIN it, you can cook it". I love to PIN recipes and I love to cook. I thought, why not blog the recipes I make from my Pinterest food boards. I'm the self-declared, Pincook.