|Author:||Sorting Last Post on Top ↓ Message:||
Yum -- these posts are making me hungry. I'm having a grilled pork chop for dinner tonight. I hear the dinner bell calling my name right now.
The first step in getting somewhere is by deciding not to stay where you're at.
I must admit I don't do much cooking any more. Hubby likes to cook and he does most of it. But your details certainly were not boring!
The tiny details are what I need, if I am going to try some of your recipes. Me and the Kitchen do NOT know each other very well!!
Psalm 37:4 Delight yourself in the Lord and He will give you the desires of your heart.
~Give Your Fears To God .... And Watch Him Step On Them.
**APRIL 3 ~ NATIONAL WALKING DAY
~~Exercising 3 Times a Week can reduce a Young Woman's risk of Breast Cancer by 33%. After Menopause, the risk is reduced by 26%.
I bought of four rather large pork steaks a little while ago. I blush to admit it now, but three of them I ate whole for dinners
(Sidebar: I for one am THRILLED that the trichenosis threat has been bred out of today's pork. It tastes SO much better when it's not cooked to death!)
I have one more, and I'm thawing it out for tonight's dinner. I'm going to cook it the same as the others (skillet sear, then finish to perfect mid-rare in the oven). I will then immediately cut it in half and put half in foil. I have some leftover brown rice from last night. Some night this week dinner will be pork fried rice. Which may even be subdivided into two or three lunches instead.
(Please let me know if I get boring with the tiny details.)
"...there's some good in this world, Mr. Frodo, and it's worth fighting for."
"We're children of a fighting race that never yet has known disgrace." (The Soldiers' Song, Irish national anthem)
"Every day above ground is a good day." (Chef Justin Kennedy of New Orleans, on Chopped)
Please visit my blog: