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Category: Weeknight Dinners Pork

Chorizo Breakfast Tacos with Potato Hash and Fried Eggs

Chorizo Breakfast Tacos with Potato Hash and Fried Eggs

Breakfast for Dinner or Just Breakfast, you choose. This wonderful dish is a fantastic take on a Chorizo hash, in which the fresh sausage is paired with onions, garlic, and potatoes. There’s a hint of pickled onion, a tablespoon or so of cheese and the…

Asian Barbecue-Style Meatballs

Asian Barbecue-Style Meatballs

Open up your Asian pantry and make great meatballs in 20 minutes flat. When I saw this recipe in the New York Times, I had misfired with meatballs all too recently. I’ll spare the ugly details, but that recipe used un-cooked rice in a meatball…

Adam Rapoport’s Pork Chops with Celery and Almond Salad

Adam Rapoport’s Pork Chops with Celery and Almond Salad

Make these glorious Pork Chops and surprising salad once…and it won’t be the last time. Guaranteed. What a wonderful surprise this recipe is! Gorgeous, big, bone-in Pork Chops are butter-basted and emerge from a cast-iron skillet looking like Porterhouse steaks. They’re accompanied by a crisp…

Pork San Choi Bow

Pork San Choi Bow

A Passion for Asian Flavors takes us to…Australia! Ever since I went to Vietnam two years ago, through Singapore and Hong Kong, I’ve been on the lookout for Asian recipes.  I love the combination of flavors, the ease of a stir-fry and the speed with…

Thai Basil Minced Pork

Thai Basil Minced Pork

I am crazy about Asian food for so many reasons.  There are so many flavors at work in Asian cuisine and so many ways of putting them together.  Asian Food generally requires as much cooking time as it does prep time. It works best when…

Crispy Pork Chops with Fennel, Red Onion and Apple

Crispy Pork Chops with Fennel, Red Onion and Apple

I love “Milanese”, which is basically what this recipe is.  Veal Milanese is its much more expensive cousin.  In Argentina, where it’s wildly popular, it’s called simply “Milanesa” and it’s made with Beef.  In neighboring Chile it’s called Escalopa.  In Mexico, it’s back to being…

Melissa Clark’s Seared Pork Chops with Peas, Scallions and Pancetta from "Dinner: Changing the Game", her brand new cookbook.

Melissa Clark’s Seared Pork Chops with Peas, Scallions and Pancetta from "Dinner: Changing the Game", her brand new cookbook.

“Dinner”, Melissa Clark’s latest cookbook, is among the most highly anticipated cookbooks of the year.  Its author is a staff writer for The New York Times and pens its highly popular “A Good Appetite” column which is eagerly awaited every Wednesday in the newspaper’s “Food”…

Cooking School 101: Making a perfect Milanese. And a Fennel Bacon and Apple Salad to serve with it.

  Chile’s Chicken Valdostana  “Milanese” is god’s gift to people who love fried food but are afraid to admit it.  This easy-to-conquer technique coats meat with crunchy, crispy bread-crumbs. The meat is dipped in flour, then in egg and finally in breadcrumbs.  Originally, I tasted…

Sweet and Sour Glazed Pork Chops with Carrot Orzo

        Today, I wanted to share a very easily prepared Pork Chop main course that pairs beautifully with a side that’s appeared here before. Rather than just give you the link, I’ll include the whole recipe on this page to make it easier for you. …