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The most exciting holiday feast ready in under an hour! Honey-Glazed Ham served with a side of Creamy Corn, Buttery Green Beans, Crispy Sauerkraut, and Mashed Potatoes! Because the holidays are made for your time well spent relishing each other!

Thank you Libby’s Vegetables for sponsoring this post. The holidays may look very different than past years but they just got easier using Libby’s Vegetables for fun, easy, fast dinners! I still have vivid images in my mind of my mom slaving in the kitchen for hours. Libby’s Vegetables have made cooking for the holidays a whole lot easier without skimping on satisfactory flavors and texture! I set my kitchen timer when making these dishes and had everything finished in less than an hour (about 50 minutes). Let’s make together this One Hour Holiday Dinner (delicious honey-glazed ham and sides!) where I include winning tips on how you can successfully make cooking a large family meal efficient, wholesome, and time-savvy! ...

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This surprisingly easy-to-make midwest pork tenderloin sandwich is succulent, tender and super crispy due to the buttermilk soak, breading and quick frying.

Jump to Recipe My partner AJ was born, raised and went to school in Indiana. And as such, he is QUITE particular about his fried pork tenderloin sandwiches. And though you can find the pork tenderloin sandwich in Iowa, southern Illinois and other parts of the Midwest, for me the sandwich is strictly an indigenous Hoosier dish. I’ve share various version of fried meat on this blog (my easy fried chicken, my Taiwanese popcorn chicken and my Japanese karaage) but I haven’t shared what my partner dubbed “the best pork tenderloin sandwich I’ve ever had.” High praise from AJ! What is a Pork tenderloin sandwich? Otherwise know by the old school set as a “pork fritter sandwich”, the breaded pork...

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These Greek meatballs are hearty, tender and moist, and they come nestled in an intriguingly spiced tomato sauce

{Jump to Recipe} Meatballs are one of my favorite comfort foods. I like them any and every way: in a traditional Québécois stew, spiked with ginger and sesame in an Asian-style soup, served on top of spaghetti and sprinkled with Parmigiano-Reggiano, or served as a cocktail hour snack.  When I traveled to Greece, I had the pleasure of discovering meatballs were often served as a mezze–a happy hour bite–slathered in a thick tomato sauce. The meatballs were a hearty, flavorful snack that was sometimes served hot, other times room temperature. With a glass of Greek red wine, they were the perfect late afternoon snack. I came back home obsessed with reproducing the deep flavors of that Greek mezze at home....

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Oven Baked Balsamic Pork Loin

Balsamic Pork Loin Roast is flavorful, juicy and tender! The fragrant aroma of rosemary and thyme combined with balsamic and white wine makes the perfect marinade! If you can roast a chicken, then you can definitely roast a perfect pork loin (keep in mind it is different than a pork tenderloin)! Cook on a raft of root vegetables perfect for roasting. The Difference Between Pork Loin vs. Pork Tenderloin Pork tenderloin is a long thin cut of meat. It is best cooked at a high temperature for a short amount of time and can either be roasted or grilled. Pork loin is thicker and shaped more like a roast with a lovely fat cap on top. Pork loin roasts for...

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Pork chops with vinegar and sweet peppers makes a simple, healthy weeknight dinner

The pork chops stay tender because they’re brined. Bell peppers add sweetness to the pork chops, while vinegar adds tang. Adapted from Cook's Illustrated | Cooking at Home with America's Test Kitchen | ATK, 2005 These pork chops with vinegar and sweet peppers shows exactly how simple and inspired one-skillet cooking can be with its tangy pan sauce loveliness that also serves as a side dish.–Renee Schettler Rossi Pork Chops with Vinegar and Sweet Peppers Quick Glance 45 M 1 H, 45 M Serves 4 5/5 - 1 reviews Print Recipe Want it? Click it. Ingredients 1 cup granulated sugar 1/2 cup table salt, 1 cup Diamond Crystal kosher salt, or 3/4 cup Morton kosher salt 4 bone-in pork rib...

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