Tag Archives: pork

Slow Cooker Paleo/Keto Coconut Lemongrass Pulled Pork

My husband has recently gone on a Ketogenic diet. To summarize, you basically eat no carbs and up the protein and fat to get your body in a fat burning state. Being unwilling to go so extreme, I am doing my best to be supportive by cooking things that fit… Read more »

Bún Suông – Vietnamese Annatto Pork & Shrimp Sausage Noodle Soup

My husband came home from a work trip and told me about a Vietnamese soup he had tried while on the road and really liked: Bun Suong. I had never heard of it before so I quickly became obsessed with figuring out what it was and how to make it…. Read more »

Slow Cooker Cinnamon Sweet Potato Pork

  Life has been crazy busy the last few weeks. That means…you guessed it, more slow cooker recipes for ya’ll! I tried out this recipe when I saw it b/c it seemed so different from everything else I’d seen before.  The resulting dish had a really unique flavor and was… Read more »

Slow Cooker Shredded Pork Tenderloin with Honey Mustard Vinegar Sauce

  Ah, my love affair with the trusty crock pot continues.. This is another go to recipe for me when I know I’m going to get home late b/c of work or other commitments, but I still want to make sure we have a healthy, tasty dinner that won’t take… Read more »

Beef Sessions #1: Bun Bo Hue – Vietnamese Spicy Beef & Pork Lemongrass Soup

Most of you are familiar with Pho as a delicious, meaty, brothy Vietnamese dish that you can find at pretty much every Vietnamese restaurant in America, and on every street corner in Vietnam. But have you heard of Bun Bo Hue? It’s another big bowl Vietnamese soup, but this time… Read more »

Slow Cooked Puerto Rican Style Pulled Pork Tacos

Oooooh baby! Is there anything better than the love that goes into a hunk of meat slowly cooking all day long while you are off at work, or play, or whatever?  You anxiously come back home after that long day spent distractedly hoping that the 6 lbs of meat you… Read more »

Inspiration reaches across states, cultures, flavors

Today I was reading Suvir Saran’s blog and saw his roasted egg dish: http://suvirsaran.typepad.com/suvir/2008/04/eggs-and-kerala.html and I was immediately reminded of Thit Kho Trung though the only common ingredient is egg. Something in his nostalgic tone, in the intensity of his photos made me think of this dish that I have… Read more »