Ham Loaf is a Clinton County, Ohio specialty! It’s made with ground ham and pork and finished with a savory pineapple glaze. This post is part three of a series in collaboration with Ohio Pork. You can read more about our partnership in the first two installments found here and here. Keep reading for a
Apple Cider Marinated Pork Chops with Apple Pan Sauce — Pork chops marinated in apple cider, seared and roasted & finished with a creamy apple pan sauce. Thank you to the Ohio Pork Council for sponsoring this post. There are several things I learned how to do in culinary school that I haven’t done since.
Homemade jerky is a high-protein snack that is easy to pack when traveling. It will keep you full while you’re on the road and it’s healthy and delicious! This guest post is from Tiffany Watts of Dilesia. A protein rich snack is what you need to keep you feeling full and avoid reaching for sugar
Stir-Fried Beef with Black Pepper is an easy stir-fry made with coarsely cracked black pepper, onions, and oyster sauce. Serve with rice and cucumber salad with garlic for wonderful authentic Chinese meal! Scroll to the end of the post for a chance to win a copy of Phoenix Claws and Jade Trees: Essential Techniques for Authentic
Sweet and Spicy Bacon inspired by the famous Chronic Bacon at Nashville’s Biscuit Love. A rub of brown sugar, cayenne pepper & spices make this bacon sweet, spicy & smokey. This post is sponsored by OhioPork.Org. All opinions are my own. Before we get to the bacon, let’s start with the important stuff. I’m working with the
Vietnamese Caramel Chicken — chicken thighs braised in a sweet and spicy caramel sauce with jalapeños, ginger and scallions. Serve it with steamed veggies and rice and it’s a perfect weeknight dinner. I teach baking classes at a few different cooking schools around Cincinnati. When I wanted to start teaching, I proposed a pie class
Hot Honey and Soppressata Pizza is an unexpected but perfect twist on a traditional pizza. Sweet, spicy and completely mind-blowing! When I tell people that I grew up in northwestern Ohio, they assume I grew up on a farm. It’s true that the area is agriculturally rich and Perrysburg is surrounded by fields and farm lands.
One of the best American road trips is driving the 150 miles from Miami to Key West. Making your way out of the Miami congestion, you’ll find Highway 1, also known the Overseas Highway, which connects all of the islands together and connects the islands to the mainland. This is not a road trip you
In preparation for all of my travel this fall, I’ve reached out to some of my favorite food blogger friends and asked them to share their favorite recipes as guest posts. Today’s guest post is from Jane Bonacci of The Heritage Cook. On her blog, Jane shares both old and new recipes in hopes that culinary
I started playing volleyball when I was 9 years old. What started as a fun activity, with only a few local tournaments a year, quickly advanced into a highly competitive team traveling across the country to play for a chance to qualify for the national championship. Tournaments were entire weekend affairs. Each season, we traveled