Recipe: Slow Cooker Pulled Pork

I tried one new recipe recently that I have to say is certainly a keeper. This produced a succulent pork suitable for so many uses from sandwiches to barbecue to fried rice.

Cooking For One Doesn’t Have To Be An Ordeal

Cooking should be fun, creative and tasty, not a chore.

‘Tis The Season For Pot Roast

Pot roast is an American classic. But it’s not just American. You can find pot roast in some form in many countries, especially Northern European areas of Britain and Germany.

Get Creative With Veggies

One challenge for cooks is to come up with new ways to prepare foods. We tend to fall back on tried and true methods, often relying on the way we ate when we were growing up.

Vegetables Becoming Fashionable Now, Too

It’s time to bring back the joy of cooking and eating vegetables and put meat back in its place.

Throw Away The Book

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: get your nose out of the cookbook and put it over the pot.

It’s Apple Time

That can only mean one thing across much of the country: It’s Apple Time!

Menudo Is In!

Menudo is made with tripe, or cow’s stomach lining. It’s usually a weekend and holiday dish and is sometimes touted as a hangover cure.

Recipe: Slow Cooker Chili

It can be paired with a salad, a sandwich (especially good with peanut butter), cornbread, crackers, pasta, potatoes and lots of other things.

How was your Thanksgiving?

What did you cook? DID you cook? Was it a big celebration or a quiet day? What dishes were memorable? What didn’t work very well?