Yanno when I accidentally came across the video below I knew I had to make some Mega Dope Chos. I apologize to you before you ever push play, this is so bad on so many levels. But it made me laugh, and made me make nachos. And what better time for a killer (or mega dope) Nacho recipe than for the Superbowl. So here’s my Barbecue Pulled Pork Nachos.
I’ve had Feijoada on my mind for a long time. I made Feijoada years ago but it was one of those “Hey, it’s not you, it’s me” kind of things. It was ok, but not great. It wasn’t until I tasted a lot more Brazilian food that I “got” not just the flavor but the spirit of the dish and what a difference that has made. But guess what? This time I did it in my Instant Pot. And it was easy! So here, for your dining pleasure is Instant Pot Brazilian Feijoada!
We took a departure this year during Thanksgiving and made something entirely different than we’ve ever done before. We made a Slow Cooker Stuffed Pork Loin. But what makes this pork loin especially delish (and especially Thanksgiving like) was that I stuffed it with my Sister’s Ridiculously Delish Thanksgiving Bacon Stuffing. This pork loin would be a beautiful thing for Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s or any fall through winter dinner party.
My son and I had the best time making these little Pulled Pork Mini Bells the other day. They were each just a perfect scrumptious little bite or two and I thought they might make a great lower carb option for a casual holiday party or a game day. Fair warning: they’re a crowd pleaser and are going to go fast!
So I was watching Diner’s Drive-Ins and Dives (funny, but a lot of my conversations start out like this) and I saw the most amazing looking food from Tiki Iniki a restaurant in Princeton, Hawaii on their episode International Infusion. They featured their Sweet Sticky Sweet Ribs, and I had to ask myself, “Am I a Sticky Sweet Ribs person?” I was soon to find out, although the recipe I made isn’t the same as the ribs at Tiki Iniki, it’s definitely adapted from their recipe – think of this recipe as a “fabulously frugalized” version of their ribs.