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Sunday Slow Cooker: Banh Mi Pork

Bánh Mì are delicious sweet and spicy Vietnamese sandwiches packed with flavor. They typically come packed in a French baguette with savory pork, pickled veggies, and a creamy mayonnaise based spicy spread. They are one of my favorite sandwiches ever. So when a craving hit this week, I set out to recreate a bánh mì […]

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Sunday Slow Cooker: Simple Slow Cooker Pork

Slow cooked pork ranks up there as one of my favorite foods. Tender, delicious, packed with flavor, and low in calories when made with lean tendeloin – it’s easy, versatile, and so so tasty. This basic recipe makes a tasty pork dish all on it’s own but crisped up in the broiler and then tossed […]

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Slow Cooker Sunday: Kalua Pork with Cabbage

Kalua pork is a traditional dish from Hawaii that upon first taste you would believe must be full of special ingredients due to its intense, smoky flavor. However it’s surprisingly simple when it comes to ingredients. Normally it is a pork shoulder (or a whole pig) seasoned with Hawaiian sea salt, wrapped in ti leaves, […]

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Slow Cooker Sunday: Shredded Korean Pork

Just a quick reminder, today is the last day to take advantage of the $25 Spring Meal Plan special! Asian sweet and spicy pulled pork!?! Need I say more? I recommend making this immediately. If you have been around for awhile, you may recognize this recipe. It is the same recipe I use for the […]

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Sunday Slow Cooker: Pork Paprikash

This is a serious comfort food dish – slow cooked tender pork, earthy paprika, and a touch of sour cream makes for one delicious dish, especially served over egg noodles in the traditional manner. Yum. Paprikash is a traditional Hungarian meal usually made with pork shoulder and lots of full fat sour cream. To lighten […]

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Sesame Honey Mustard Pork

Recently I realized that I basically only cook pork two ways – low and slow in the crockpot or roasted whole in the oven. It is rare that I think to make pork any other way. So I am starting to challenge myself to cook it using some other techniques and made today’s version on […]

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