Entries from Baked Alaska tagged with 'Pork'

Pork with Figs

Yesterday I was at Costco, and they had fresh figs. I can't get fresh figs very often, so I picked up a package of them, along with white peaches and raspberries. I thought I would make a tart wtih...

Almond-Crusted Pork Chops with Rhubarb-AppleSauce

This week our ingredient was pork. I purchased a couple of local, organic pork chops at one of our farmer's markets here to try. I was hoping they would be good, because they were expensive. There are very few...

Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking - Pork Sausages with Red Wine and Porcini Mushrooms

Today's recipe is Pork Sausages with Red Wine and Porcini Mushrooms. I don't cook or eat sausages very often. While they might taste good, they are often very fatty, and just not worth the calories that they contain. If...

Essentials of Classic Italian Cooking - Stewed Pork with Porcinin Mushrooms and Juniper

Today's recipe is Stewed Pork with Porcinin Mushrooms and Juniper. I was really looking forward to making this recipe. I've had a jar of juniper berries in my spice cabinet that have only been used once, when making a...

RHUBARB

It's been a cold spring in Alaska, and nothing in my garden/flower beds is doing well except for the weeds and the rhubarb. Since I've been baking so much with the Sunday Slow Bakers, I wanted to make something...

Island Pork Tenderloin Salad

Tonight I wanted to fix a light dinner. I haven't fixed this salad in a while, but have always enjoyed it each time I've made it. It has a nice combination of spicy, sweet, and tangy. The pork is...