Hubby found this recipe and requested that I make it.
4 pork chops, balsamic vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, olive oil, honey, brown sugar, steak seasoning, 6 strips of bacon.
I opted out the hot sauce and substituted Italian seasoning for the steak seasoning.
In a bag you mix the balsamic vinegar, brown sugar, Italian seasoning and the pork chops. Marinate for 2 to 4 hours.
In a pan, Chop the bacon 🥓 and cook until it’s crispy. Drain the grease and put aside (you will need it to fry the pork chops). Add Worcestershire sauce, honey with the bacon and mix until the sauce becomes slightly thick. Pour into a bowl and put aside.
Cook pork chops in a grilled pan for 3 minutes on each side, until brown do not over cook.
Pour the bacon sauce over the pork chop and dinner is now served.
The first time I tried to do this, it turned out wrong.
I know better! I rolled out the pre made pizza dough to the size I wanted. As the oven was pre heating at 425 degrees. I put the pizza stone in for a few minutes then let it cool down for a bit.
I prepared the toppings. Cooked mild Italian sausage (crumbled in pieces), garlic, mushroom and spinach in a pan.
Made sure the pizza stone was warm and sprayed cooking spray all over so the dough doesn’t stick. Lay the dough on top, brushed olive oil only on the corners of the crust. Spread marinara sauce, sprinkled mozzarella cheese, the sausage, garlic, mushrooms and spinach.
Cooked it in the oven for about 15 minutes or when the crust is not too brown.
On our way to the casino, we decided to have lunch in McMinnville, OR.
Yelp had some great reviews on this place and my husband and I have never really had tapas.
Croquettes was one of many lunch specials. So, we ordered that and we also ordered the “mini paella” and fried plantain with black bean sauce.
The croquettes were delicious! There was a choice of peanut sauce and I wasn’t sure what the other one, it tasted tangy. I preferred the peanut sauce.
The mini paella was enough for the both of us and that was yummy!
The fried plantain was very good. Fresh and warm.
All the dishes were enough to satisfy our appetite. If we are ever in town, which we hope to visit again, to check out the area, we would probably come back to this place and try their other dishes.
The servers were nice, courteous and friendly. She thanked me for dining with them and I told her, no thank you for the delicious food and great service.
Hubby and I went to the Tualatin, Oregon location. It was during dinner time.
We ordered and sat down. People started coming in during the dinner rush hour. I had nachos with steak and we didn’t have to wait long. The nachos had a healthy, fusion look. Kind of fusion style.
The tortilla chips were thin, fresh and crispy. It was delicious!
This is my second place since I move to Oregon in January, where I’ve had nachos and this place so far is my favorite.
Mild Italian sausage, diced tomatoes, broccoli, chopped garlic over penne pasta. Topped with Ricotta cheese.
I recently bought a cast iron Dutch oven and I made braised thighs with carrots, potatoes and onions.
I found the recipe on line and it tasted delish!
Breakfast at Shari’s cafe and pies. Bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, cinnamon french toast with whipped cream and drizzled caramel with pecans.
Simply tasty & delicious….😋