Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for Pork Casserole
+ Bookmark › Share
Go
Search posts:

Pork Casserole - Articles

Pork, Apple, and Quinoa Casserole by Rachel R. Patient Expert Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 2:30pm I love casseroles. I love mixing all the ingredients into a pan, and then popping it in the oven, only to have it emerge 45 minutes later fully cooked. There’s really nothing better! So when I had some apple sausages, a few apples, and some pork loin, this was what I came up with. It’s easy, yummy, has a bit of a kick, and has all the wond ... Read on »
Puerto Rican Style Shredded Pork by Jo Patient Expert Posted Mon 18 May 2009 11:40pm As a child my Mother had a good friend that came from Puerto Rico. Every so often she would come and stay at our house and would make some of the most amazing meals... things she grew up eating. This pork recipe is one of hers and I've made it for years in just the way she taught me. It's delicious, tender and extremely flavorful. Usually when ... Read on »
Cassoulet of Pork and Toulousian Sausages by Dianne .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 8:12pm I went out for lunch in a local restaurant a few days ago and ate the most fabulous cassoulet. Not your average classical French cassoulet but more a cassoulet that made me think of Moroccan flavours. It was mainly duck and very good sausage with very few beans, but the broth was unbelievable - spicy but not hot with a tang of tomatoes ... Read on »
Cassoulet of Pork and Toulousian Sausages by Dianne .. Patient Expert Posted Fri 04 Apr 2008 4:51pm I went out for lunch in a local restaurant a few days ago and ate the most fabulous cassoulet. Not your average classical French cassoulet but more a cassoulet that made me think of Moroccan flavours. It was mainly duck and very good sausage with very few beans, but the broth was unbelievable - spicy but not hot with a tang of tomatoe ... Read on »
Pork Chop Pork Chop, Greasy, Greasy... oh. wait. by Anne S. Posted Sat 27 Mar 2010 12:00am It is a pork chop, but it's not greasy. In fact, no grease anywhere! Just a pork chop, some herbs and a broiler oven. It doesn't get any simpler than this, and when it comes to food, in my experience, the simpler the better. When my DH and I were on our honeymoon, we stayed in a B&B in North Carolina for a couple days. As a memento, we ... Read on »
14 Favorite Pork Tenderloin & Pork Chop Marinade Recipes by Martha M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 17 Jun 2011 1:57am Pork Tenderloin Marinade Are you looking for a good pork tenderloin marinade or pork chop marinade? I’ve got a great collection of 14 tasty pork marinade recipes including citrus, honey soy, herb, Asian, mustard maple, sherry soy, hoisin, balsamic and my favorite marinade. Most of these pork marinade recipes will work well on c ... Read on »
Celebrating Local NC Food: Pork Tenderloin with the NC Pork Council by Carrie Patient Expert Posted Tue 20 May 2014 12:29pm My grandmother, whom we affectionately called "Nan", LOVED pork tenderloin. She wasn't necessarily the world's greatest cook, although she made a killer dish called skillet dinner, the most rockin' pound cake you've ever eaten, and a sirloin tip roast that would melt in your mouth... Her biscuits though? Hard as a rock... coffee? Don't even ask! ... Read on »
Super Bowl Champ: Honey Balsamic Pork Sliders by Every Little Thing Blog Health MavenFacebook Posted Sat 04 Feb 2012 10:35am I’m still battling somewhat of a sinus infection but feeling much better overall. I’m looking forward to a recovery weekend! One last recipe for game day (really, you could make all three !). Who doesn’t love sliders? You get a couple of different flavors all under one bun, and can eat as many or as few as you like. The ratio ends up ... Read on »
A Memorable Foody Event--An `Aha`aina for Foodbuzz 24, 24, 24 with Swedish Kalua Pork Cabbage Rolls (Kaldomar) by DebinHawaii Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 12:00am Food Blogging these past almost 6 months has brought a lot to my life the most meaningful thing being great new friends and experiences. One of the most memorable experiences has to be the event I attended this Saturday. An `aha`aina, or "great feast", hosted by the incredibly wonderful and talented Michelle at The Accidental Scientist as part o ... Read on »
Savory apple crumble with squash, pork and rosemary by Danielle Charles-Davies Posted Fri 02 Mar 2012 7:23pm by Danielle Charles Recently I was watching a TED talk about longevity. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not one of those who have some insane obsession with living forever. But I am curious about why it is that certain cultures tend to live longer than others. Or more specifically, I should say, I’m interested in how t ... Read on »