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Honey Glazed Pork Tenderloin

Honey Glazed Pork Tenderloin

Glazed pork goodness

Posted on August 01, 2017
Originally served in the summer of 2011, this pork dish was an instant hit with my family. It even encouraged leftover eating straight from the container! I have said many times that there is nothing better than sweet paired with pork, and this recipe for Honey Glazed Pork Tenderloin proves just that.  
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Better Butter Burger

Better Butter Burger

Butter makes things even better

Posted on May 25, 2017

I originally made the Better Butter Burger in March of 2011 after watching Chef Ted Reader create these masterful morsels of magnificence at a Cottage Life Show demo. The Better Butter Burger harkens back to the day when hamburger patties were fried in butter on a hot griddle, and buns were brushed with butter before being toasted or grilled too. In celebration of National Hamburger Day, I thought it would be appropriate to revisit this recipe. Taking hamburgers to the next level and infusing them with delicious butter.

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Peanut Butter & Jelly Burgers

Peanut Butter & Jelly Burgers

It’s peanut butter jelly time!

Posted on April 05, 2017
A popular dish at burger joints nowadays is a burger with peanut butter on it. If you haven’t tried one already, you’re probably questioning the menu editor on this particular burger. I can tell you that I have some reservations myself, about putting peanut butter on a burger. However, if you haven’t tried it, you may want to consider making yourself these Peanut Butter & Jelly Burgers. In celebration of National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day on April 2nd, I decided that it was about time to try this. I think I need to repeat; you should too, these burgers are seriously good. 
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Chocolate Rubbed Back Ribs

Chocolate Rubbed Back Ribs

on the Rotisserie

Posted on October 25, 2016
Chocolate doesn’t just have to be for sweet dishes and desserts. These Chocolate Rubbed Back Ribs are proof of that. The rub, light smoking, and use of the rotisserie combine to create the most uniquely flavored ribs that I’ve ever tasted. A crisp outer layer followed by super moist and flavorful pork makes these some ribs to remember. Using the rotisserie was a different technique and it was a great success. Try this recipe when you want to do something completely out of the norm. These ribs will break you out of your rib-rut.
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Pork Fatty

Pork Fatty

Stuffed With Bacon & Apple

Posted on August 30, 2016
When having a big family dinner it’s always nice to do a big roast – in this case a pig roast! Ha. On this particular occasion I found myself with a lovely butterflied roast of pork. I decided to create a Pork Fatty Stuffed With Bacon & Apple for our meal and, aside from a minor incident involving a lack of potatoes; the meal was a total success. I can hear you asking about the potato thing. I thought we had a whole bag of mini potatoes. I only had 12 to feed 8 people. Then, a few of them burned while I was cooking; Disaster! Though the meat and veggies were delicious, which made up for it. 
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Wild Boar Chops

Wild Boar Chops

Marinated in Blueberry Tea

Posted on February 10, 2016
I have a goal of trying as many exotic meats as I can get my hands on. I wasn’t able to get Elk, but while looking I did find some boar chops that looked too good to pass up. Wild Boar, like pork, benefits from sweet flavors, so when a friend generously gave me some blueberry tea, I just had to use it on the boar. These Wild Boar Chops Marinated in Blueberry Tea came out succulent and amazing. The light sweetness of the tea, paired with a perfect reverse sear, and topped with a blueberry barbecue sauce are a little bit of a different take on the romantic dinner for two.
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One Hour Maple Bourbon Ribs

One Hour Maple Bourbon Ribs

Finger Lickin' Ribs, Lickety Split

Posted on January 06, 2016
This is another recipe that happened due to a video shoot. We needed ribs for an accessory video and we had a lot of other things that needed doing that day so these ribs had to be done, and done fast. I am one who is loathe to waste food when it's unnecessary, so I had to make them not only look good but taste good too. One Hour Maple Bourbon Ribs are the result, and let me tell you, the result  is delicious. Check out this behind the scenes shot from Napoleon's Instagram account.
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Mini Quiche

Mini Quiche

With Bacon & Cheese

Posted on December 22, 2015
This year, instead of a massive Christmas Dinner, we're doing more of a Christmas Brunch, with loads of delicious, homemade, grilled, finger foods. Mini Quiche With Bacon & Cheese are the star of the show, providing the big breakfast punch without the need of knives and forks. They're going to be served along with a spread of meats and cheeses, homemade biscuits, Homemade Sausage Rolls, and Oatmeal Cookies with Crasins, Bacon and Chocolate Chips
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Homemade Sausage Rolls

Homemade Sausage Rolls

Fresh pork makes a difference

Posted on December 22, 2015
This year instead of a traditional Christmas Dinner, we're going to have Christmas Brunch with the family. We plan on putting on a big spread with Mini Quiche, Fresh Biscuits, fruit and cheese trays, Bacon, Cranberry, Chocolate Chip Oatmeal Cookies, and of course these Homemade Sausage Rolls. We are definitely thinking outside the hotdog bun this year. These Sausage Rolls are made from freshly ground pork meat that we seasoned ourselves and you will love the results if you do the same. 
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Pork And Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie

Pork And Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie

A strange twist on a home-style classic

Posted on December 15, 2015
Pork And Sweet Potato Shepherd's Pie is an "I have some pork and some sweet potatoes, now what?" sort of recipe. It was chilly that day, so I wanted something cozy to eat, and easy to make. That's when I thought, why not make a shepherd's pie! This recipe is overflowing with savory gravy. Instead of the typical peas and corn, I went with sweet green pepper. Then I added LOADS of pork topped it with a creamy and crispy sweet potato crust. What's not to love about this recipe?
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