Since I’ve been slacking so much lately when it comes to new posts I actually thought about skipping my usual top posts of the year summary that I always do towards the end of December — not because I was too lazy to do it, but because I figured there wouldn’t even be ten decent posts that were worthy of mentioning again.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m aware that I definitely wrote more than ten posts total over the course … CONTINUE READING »
I received an email from Blue Apron recently asking me if I’d like to give them a try for free and since I’m a huge fan of arriving home from work to a big box of food waiting for me on my doorstep I obviously said yes.
In case you’re unfamiliar with them Blue Apron is basically a fresh ingredient and recipe delivery service where they ship you everything you need to make restaurant quality meals at home.
Now, as … CONTINUE READING »
For the past two years I’ve been working with Smithfield to create recipes using their various pork products. In case you’ve missed them you can click here to check out all the different dishes I’ve come up with thus far. For this one they shipped me one of their Original Recipe Marinated Fresh Pork Loin Filets to work with.
With every single recipe I’ve talked about how simple Smithfield makes it for you with their Marinated Fresh Pork products since … CONTINUE READING »
The fact that Sweet Baby Ray’s makes such a great barbecue sauce is sort of a blessing and a curse for them. On one hand, it’s the perfect sweet and tangy accompaniment to any type of dish. On the other hand though, their barbecue sauce is so good that you sort of forget that they actually have more than 20 other flavors in their product line.
Case in point: Last year I used their Honey Chipotle Sauce — which up … CONTINUE READING »
Yesterday when I posted my recipe for Butternut Squash Risotto With Roasted Garlic & Cracked Black Pepper Pork Tenderloin — made with delicious pork tenderloin from Smithfield — I promised that I’d be back with a follow up that involved deep frying just in case you had any leftovers.
Arancini is a Sicilian dish consisting of stuffed rice balls — often filled with meat, sauce, mozzarella cheese and peas — that are coated in bread crumbs and deep fried. Everything … CONTINUE READING »