This really simple pork chop recipe has loads and loads of flavor and is perfect for a weeknight meal in the colder winter months. I usually have most of the ingredients other than the pork on hand so my shopping list stays nice and short. The real benefit to these, though, is my kids will eat them so it’s an old standby.
I am one of those mom’s who is in LOVE with her slow cooker. I kind of consider myself a rock star when at the end of the day I can pull off an amazing, flavor filled meal without even breaking a sweat. The problem… a lot of slow cooker recipes tend to start blurring together and all of a sudden you are eating the same meal over and over.
Spareribs and sauerkraut is one of my favorite comfort foods. It is so easy to prepare that you will be making it over and over. We had guests and I made spareribs and sauerkraut. My friend told her husband, she did not know if she would like the dish because she did not like sauerkraut. Since it was one of his favorite dishes, he assured her she would like it, or we would make her something else. When she tasted it, she said she never knew sauerkraut could taste this good. She makes the dish at home frequently now and thoroughly enjoys every bite.
This year as I planned my Easter dinner, I also planned a few days of eating leftovers. I don’t like anything to go to waste, especially since food is so expensive right now. So, if you have a refrigerator full of leftovers here are a few ideas to help you plan to use those leftovers this week. Easter Eggs I love to spend some time with my kids and