Archive for the 'Pork' Category

Aunt Debbie’s Poppy Seed Ham Rolls

on Jan 1st 2015

Do you need a recipe for all that leftover Christmas ham?  Make my Aunt Debbie’s Ham Rolls.  This recipe can be made ahead, refrigerated, and baked for breakfast. It can be easily put together for a quick snack, party appetizer, picnic, or even a Super Bowl item. To make good use of any leftover ham, […]

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Breakfast Pull Apart Sausage Bread

on Jul 29th 2014

First let me start by stating I WON’T be making this again for a while.  Then why post the recipe if I don’t plan to bake this again?  Because it was so amazingly delicious I couldn’t stop eating it is the reason why!  This recipe can be assembled at night, placed in the refrigerator, and […]

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Best Baby Back Roasted Rib Rub

on Jun 30th 2014

Hello, Richard here. I’m usually behind the scenes here at Taracooks but when Tara recently had the opportunity to appear on the Better Nashville show on Channel 4 again, we teamed up to make a couple of recipes that are out-of-this-world good. One of them is Baby Back Ribs using Tara’s Best Roasted Rib Rub. […]

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The Three Pigs Oink Out Sandwich with Jalepeno Aioli

on Dec 27th 2013

There are many ways to strengthen marriages and relationships.  In my book, BACON never fails to make my man happy.  There’s only one way to improve bacon, and that is to serve it up with pulled smoked pork BBQ AND thin shaved country ham!  This sandwich is incredibly hearty and pleasing served up on sourdough […]

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Pear Butter Glazed Pork Chops

on Nov 5th 2013

Last month I made some pear butter to use through out the winter months.  Of course pear butter is terrific spread over hot buscits or toast.  But I decided to glaze some boneless pork chops with the butter and bake them.  They were delicious and passed the family taste test here.  I am sure this […]

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Cuban Adobo Dry Rub Seasoning

on Apr 20th 2013

We continue to experiment with our smoker and try different kinds of meats, sauces, rubs, and methods.  In order to please dear hubby, I recently created a Cuban feast at our house and I think he was very pleased.  We smoked 2 chickens and a pork roast.  Here is the recipe I created for the […]

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Southern BBQ Sliders – Made with Snow White Drive-In BBQ

on Jan 3rd 2012

Right now my hubby and I are on a ski trip with a group of 50+ home schoolers. Right now, we are all exhausted from 2 days of skiing but have had the time of our lives. Right now, we all have full tummies and are very, very satisfied. Right now, I’m very thankful I […]

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Walking Tacos – Themes and Variations

on Nov 3rd 2011

Fall is the perfect time to host a bonfire or hay ride or campout.  My dear friend Karen and I spent some time catching up recently and she helped me brainstorm a little bit to come up with some new ways to serve guests at such outdoor gatherings.  By the time our visit ended, we […]

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Meatless Monday – Old Fashioned Tomato Gravy

on Aug 29th 2011

I can’t believe its Monday again which means here at its time for another Meatless Monday post.  Today’s feature is Old Fashioned Tomato Gravy.  The recipe is simple and quick and the gravy can be served over hot biscuits, mashed potatoes, or even some meatloaf!  I used garden fresh tomatoes and pureed them right […]

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Hillbilly Hash

on Dec 27th 2010

What could be better on a cold winter’s morning that Hillbilly Hash for breakfast?  Made with country ham, fresh pineapple, red and green pepper, and Ore Ida frozen hash browns, Hill Billy Hash will please any ornary or contrary guest at your breakfast table. 2 cups Ore Ida frozen hash browns country style 4 Tablespoons […]

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