Sweet and Sour Pork

Source: Coleen’s Recipes I asked Nate what he thought about this dish and his exact comment was “It tastes like Chinese takeout…only better?” and then he told me to be sure to make it again.  And he was right, it did taste like Chinese take out only better.  Most of us who love Chinese takeout,Continue reading “Sweet and Sour Pork”

Easy Meat, Veggies, and Potatoes

Adapted from: Saving Makes CentsThis is a recipe that has been floating around Pinterest and I’ve been meaning to try for almost a year.  I thought it looked too simple to be true, but it’s not…it is as simple as it sounds!  And my goodness, flavorful.  I added a few ingredients of my own toContinue reading “Easy Meat, Veggies, and Potatoes”

Crock Pot Corn on the Cob

Source: Practical Stewardship Crock pot corn?  Yea you heard me.  This is my new favorite way to prepare corn on the cob.  I can’t wait to experiment with the seasonings to go with it!  The corn turned out tender and juicy, and was a sinch to make.  And unwrapping the corn from the foil wasContinue reading “Crock Pot Corn on the Cob”

Zesty Italian Potatoes

Another Pinterest find.  But I can not find the original source, so if someone knows it, please email it to me so I can give credit where credit is due!  Ever since having a baby, cooking has been a challenge.  Just getting to the grocery store takes some serious determination, and this has only happenedContinue reading “Zesty Italian Potatoes”

Spicy Pork Tenderloin

Source:  Add a PinchPork is not a staple in our house.  Reason?  Because Nate’s job revolves around pork.  If you saw, touched, smelled, and tasted pork all day, would you ever crave it for a meal?  Don’t think so.  In fact, we often shudder at the thought of eating pork…especially barbecue or ribs.  Every nowContinue reading “Spicy Pork Tenderloin”

Waiting on Monkey, Monkey Bread

What’s there to do while waiting for our monkey to arrive?  Make monkey bread of course!  Every time I see a picture of monkey bread I start drooling, so I decided to take a whack at it.  If I’d known how easy monkey bread was to make, I would’ve been making them for years.  ThisContinue reading “Waiting on Monkey, Monkey Bread”