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
Sweet and Sour Meatballs over Rice
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
The sweet, fruity sauce really compliments the ham. This is an easy freezer meal that is good with Hawaiian Cole Slaw. Here’s what you’ll need to make the ham: [Read more…] about Ham Caribbean
Pineapple Carrot Bread
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