These flavours are fantastic together. Nice with mash.
An easy alternative to just always tossing a can of soup on your pork chops.
These pork chops look amazing, and taste just as great — with very little effort.
This is a *very* moist tourtiere; especially a treat if you splurge and use butter in the crust. Granted, it is not a traditional tourtiere, especially with the celery, mushroom and bread crumbs — thus, we call it Montreal-style.
A great winter pot roast recipe that makes its own gravy.
This will be a moist, tender and succulent roast with a warm brown crust on it. You can serve it as part of a meal, and / or use leftovers for sandwiches, casseroles, etc.
You’ve got to see this recipe in action to believe it. It’s actually very good, especially when you glaze it.
A classic Acadian potato dish.
The problem with cooking ribs is that everyone is so competitive that they never really enjoy anyone else’s ribs, because while eating them they’re so busy thinking about how yours are different from theirs, and what yours are missing. They barely notice t
A really easy but great baked sausage dish. Frees you up from having to futz over them in a frying pan.
Though it is a bit of a nuisance having to buy a bunch of fresh rosemary for this recipe, when you probably won’t end up using the rest, this is after all a pretty economical and low-fuss hors d’oeuvres recipe.
Use with your favourite pasta.
You can also cook these pork chops on your barbeque / grill.