First you massage the pork loin with a sugar-and-spice rub, then you sear the meat in a skillet until the whole outside is browned and crispy.
This dessert is good enough to be eaten warm from the oven, without strawberries, as a coffee cake. With berries, it’s Mmmmmmmmmmmm.
Here’s a recipe I’ve been working on recently, a seasoned and savory burger. Our family loves it.
I really like making Chinese food: stir-fried veggies, rice, strips of meat, sauces. I can’t vouch for how authentic my recipes are, but my family likes them.
Gina has shared many tasty recipes that have joined our family’s list of go-to dishes. This one, you might say, takes the cake.
If you slightly undercook your pasta, then add plenty of milk and cheese to the sauce, you can come home from church to find it just about perfect.