I found this recipe on a homeschool forum. Magistra said she put this in foil packets on the grill for about 20 minutes. That was my intention too, but it was starting to rain the night I made them, so I popped them in the oven instead. The meat was flavorful and very moist. This is a great way to dress up pork chops. [Read more…] about Pork Chops Topped with Pineapple, Green Pepper and Onion
A recipe I cut out of a magazine a long time ago, inspired me to create this. The magazine version used barbecue sauce, but I thought it would taste better with a homemade sweet and sour sauce instead. The dish is still very easy to make and the kids loved it. I intended to use a green pepper, but I didn’t have any. I substituted carrots. They were very good and it’s one of the veggies my kids like to eat. [Read more…] about Sweet and Sour Meatballs over Rice
This salad was perfect with the Hawaiian Grilled Chicken. It’s full of pineapple, green onions, macadamia nuts, bacon…Yum! I found the recipe on Bethany’s blog, For the Love of Grub. I made the salad on Saturday, so we could eat it Sunday after church. I mixed the dressing up, but did not add it until right before serving. [Read more…] about Tropical Salad
My mom used to bake this bread when I was little. I remember eating it for an afternoon snack and sometimes for breakfast. It’s a flavorful, moist loaf. A nice change from banana bread.
Here’s what you’ll need: [Read more…] about Pineapple Carrot Bread