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.
I eat oatmeal nearly every morning for breakfast. I’ve trained myself into a routine for consistency and health purposes. I open up a packet of plain oatmeal, microwave it with some water, and add just enough brown sugar and cinnamon to make it edible. I eat it quickly while skimming my email and the news
I unabashedly love pumpkin. Fall is my favorite time of the year and a major reason is because pumpkin is back in season. While I only drink one or two pumpkin spice lattes per year, I could eat pumpkin muffins, cookies, rolls, cakes, and other baked goods every single day. A few weeks back, I shared my
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
When I was 4 years old, I went through a phase where I only wanted to wear clothes with fruit on them. My mom searched far and wide and came up with several fruit outfits — t-shirts, shorts, jumpers and even a few pairs of pajamas — all featuring strawberries, cherries, pineapple, watermelon, and other fruit designs. It’s
I don’t enjoy grocery shopping. It always seems to take longer than it should when I can never manage to find what I need in my uncomfortably crowded local store. Instead of dreading it all weekend, I’ve started forcing myself to go to the store on Sunday mornings as soon as I get up.
I’m not the kind of girl that likes a healthy breakfast. I’m a pancakes and bacon, biscuits and gravy, chocolate croissant and cinnamon roll type of girl. I’d much rather skip breakfast and just have coffee than try to choke down a greek yogurt or protein shake. It just doesn’t work for me. But, sometimes your
Every fall, I get really excited to bake pies for the holidays. I start planning months in advance, reading articles, picking out recipes, and even doing test runs. But somehow, once it’s game time, disaster strikes. The food processor breaks, I burn myself or the crust burns and shrinks You name it and it’s happened.