Pork and pineapple are a match made in heaven. You can buy peeled cored pineapple in the produce department. Cut the baby bok choy in half lengthwise to make it easier to grill; swishing it around in a bowl of cold water gets out any grit between the layers.
Szechwan Grilled Pork Tenderloin
Spicy Pork Stir fry
Pre-cut stir-fry vegetables make it easy to get your 5 to 10. Serve over rice or Asian noodles.
Sausage & Bean Vegetable Soup
A stick-to-the-ribs meal-in-a-bowl. If you’d like, stir in a couple of spoonfuls of freshly chopped herbs, such as parsley, coriander or dill, just before serving.
Tomato Fennel Mussels with Sausage
Mussels are an economical seafood choice. Serve with spoons to get up all the delicious cooking liquid, and don’t forget an empty bowl for the shells.
Gumbo with Scallops and Smokie Sausage
Gumbo is a spicy and smoky stew native to the New Orleans area, and can contain any combination of meats and shellfish. Serve with rice and beans, if desired.
Hearty Sausage and Lentils
This rib-sticking dish is cold weather food at its best. Lentils contain lutein, which has been found to protect against macular degeneration, a leading cause of blindness.
Bobby’s Bodacious Barbecue Buns
This is the winning recipe from Recipe to Riches within the Entrees Category, which was developed by Robert Luft.
Moo Shu Pork Stirfry
As with all stir fries, it pays to be prepared: do all your slicing and dicing and line up your ingredients before you turn on the stove. If you like, serve in crepes instead of over rice or noodles.
Ham and Dijon Potato Bake
The saying “eternity is a ham and two people” is not far from the truth! If you have leftover ham and are looking for a different way to serve it up, try this wonderful ham and potato bake. Be sure to use an ovenproof frying pan.
Easy Pork Supper
PC Easy Cook Pork tenderloin is already trimmed and marinated, making supper time a snap. This one-pan easy pork supper makes it a complete meal.