Pork Chops with Sauerkraut and Apples

I love pork chops, falling apart, tender and moist. You can have such a variety of flavors: Mexican, Italian, Asian, whatever hits your mood or is in your pantry or fridge. A post on What’s For Dinner Moms reminded me of a jar of sauerkraut in my cupboard that needed to be used. I also had apples that had been around awhile. Time for a riot of flavors. Continue reading

Dad’s Favorite Soup: Saurkraut and Shredded Pork Shoulder

Dad's Sauerkraut Shredded Pork Soup

Dad’s Sauerkraut Shredded Pork Soup

Time to return to my favorite hobby: food blogging. I took a break for a few months after my father’s death.  I needed to deal with grief as well as his estate. I have, however, also been photographing my most interesting recipes in the meanwhile.  It’s about time to make them into posts again. Hopefully I’ll remember the steps I took in making them! Continue reading

Revisiting Reuben Egg Rolls

Reuben Egg Rolls

Reuben Egg Rolls

When I decided to make Reuben Egg Rolls early last year, the adventure fell a bit flat.  I didn’t use real corned beef, I used a canned version.  It was not so good.  My P.S. (Purchases Strange things/spouse) said he buys it to occasionally make a quick hash for breakfast.  (Remind me to sleep in that morning!). But for our last post on “redo” week, I made Reuben Egg Rolls that were superb! Continue reading