Red Currant Glazed Pork Chops are a scrumptious, simple and elegant way to make the most of the short but delicious red currant season! This post was sponsored by Hurst’s Berry Farm, who sent me some fabulous fresh red currants to create a recipe with, and all opinions are my own.
You know how sometimes you make a meal, and you just know that you hit it out of the ballpark, that the meal could be served in a fancy restaurant? Yeah, these Red Currant Glazed Pork Chops did that for me. They were AH-mazing….
Plum Braised Beef Roast is perfect in the summer, when plums are at the height of sweetness and available many places locally. Cooking with the Muse was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This post uses affiliate links to link to items I am discussing.
I would love to swear that my posting is going to get back on track now that I am back in Ohio–but let’s face it, it probably will not be on track until the end of the summer, when we are completely moved into our place in Pittsburgh.
This Curried Chicken Soup with Asparagus and Mushrooms is comforting and delicious any time, but really shines in the late spring and summer when asparagus is at its peak.
As I write, it is pouring rain outside on our last day at the beach. It is not as disappointing as you might think–this trip has been a little bittersweet for my kids and me, as with every day that passes we are that much closer to officially needing to pack up our home. …
Coconut Crusted Mahi Mahi with Masala Peas is a “clean out the pantry” Indian-inspired meal that hit it out of the ballpark–everyone loved this crispy, creamy, delicious dish!
The mandate to use up everything in the freezer(s) continues, and the culprits that led to this meal were frozen tomatoes from last season, frozen curry leaves, frozen peas and frozen fish. As a matter of fact this entire meal was conceived around the idea of using up stuff in the freezer. …
Chicken Curry with Cauliflower and Peas is a healthy and easy tomato-based curry that is delicious in cold or hot weather.
As a food blogger who focuses on international cuisines, especially those of warm locales, I often face a dilemma, which is that here in America we regard much of the cooking of very hot places as comforting winter food. Especially curries. …