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June 24, 2008

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alison

Okay, YUM! This will be on our menu next week. Thanks! :)

catchestheworm

Can I borrow your handsome helper? I will pay him with Grandma hugs and kisses.

michelle

Yummy! Iam going to give this one a try. Quick chicken recipe next, please. I am desperately trying to find something new to do with chicken.

Sam

I've made the Crash Hot Potatoes twice so far, and they are so delicious, aren't they? And I love your cauliflower recipe - it's definitely become a new family favorite. So the pork loin will definitely be on my menu soon - parmesan cheese can never be wrong.

Sam

I've made the Crash Hot Potatoes twice so far, and they are so delicious, aren't they? And I love your cauliflower recipe - it's definitely become a new family favorite. So the pork loin will definitely be on my menu soon - parmesan cheese can never be wrong.

Rachael

I love your recipe posts because of the great pictures - it makes it WAY harder for me to screw things up. THis looks really delicious, so I might actually try it soon.

Amanda

I am a long time lurker, 1st time poster on your blog. Here is recipe that is super easy and yummy. I will be casing yours too ;)

I make a great Pork Roast with Peach Chutney. I got the recipe from the book that came with my Crock Pot.

16 ounce can of slice peaches, drained
1/4 cup raisins ( can also use cranberries or both)
1/4 cup brown sugar
1/4 cup vinegar
1/2 small onion, chopped
1 TBL Spoon prepared dijon mustard
3-4 pound pork roast (if you get the onion, pepper & garlic marinated roast from
Costco this comes out REALLY great. I just cut in half and freeze the other one.)
Salt and Pepper to taste

Combine all ingredients except roast in blender or food processor
Process until coarsley chopped
Place Roast in Crop-pot and pour chutney over top

Cover and cook on:
Low - 8 hours
Hight to Low Auto Shift - 6 hours
High - 4 hours

Makes 6-8 serving - it really makes more if you slice it thin.

*** I normally just coarsely shop everything mix in a bowl and pour over the top and cook
*** It is REALLY yummey when you use a turkey breast
** Serve with mashed potates and other veggies.

Kathy C.

You're absolutely gorgeous and so are those babies of yours! Love your tutorials with the cooking. Now we wanna see your new cut! Please post a picture when you get time.

Steph

I just stumbled on your blog, and I've really enjoyed reading! Like you, pork tenderloin is a favorite of mine...and this recipe looks so good, I can't wait to try it out!

mm

Yum. *snags this and makes it* And, may I have your stomach pouch for a moment? How long do you sit and eat a meal?

laura

your website is so awesome, all i can say is thank you. being a recent bypass patient there is not alot out there in personal stories. THANK YOU a million times over!!!!

Heather

I read this yesterday and it looked so good I went to the store on the way home and that is what we had for dinner!! It was SOO good that I even posted about it on my blog!! LOVE it!! Thanks for sharing!!

Allison

Tried this last night, but used chicken breasts, cut into "tenders." It was quite good, kids AND husband liked it. Now you know -- can be used with chicken when you don't have pork!

Also, regarding your "magic meatloaf": I make it all the time now, and have branched off with variations of my own.

Thank you for posting your recipes. They have inspired me, and my family is grateful!

P.S. The new hair is tres cute!

Steph

I made these for dinner tonight, and sweet lord were they ever delicious?! I had them with a baked sweet potato and a celery, carrot and fennel salad. Thanks for sharing such a yummy recipe! I foresee it becoming a regular in my household

Andrea

Thanks for posting such great instructions! I found your blog last night when I was searching for ideas of how to cook the pork loin I have. I only sliced off 4 chops and we so wished I had cooked more when we tasted them. Good thing I didnt or we might have eaten more!

elizabeth

I made it! I actually "cooked" something!
I remembered you had recipes here and came to find something easy. This recipe was pretty easy. I used what I had on hand (stupid shaker parmesan... real stuff next time, I swear) and used boneless pork chops instead of pork tenderloin. It turned out great!
Thank you for posting this recipe (and the others). My husband and kids thank you, too; they gobbled it right up.

chineseporkrecipes

hello,your recipes are detailed,i really like it very much. I am a chinese food amateur and like cooking the dish myself,thanks for sharing so many colourful cooking pics again.

Barb

I have made this recipe before but with chicken and it is wonderful! My sister gave me the recipe.

Chicken recipe

Fantastic and very simply preparation....
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I just stumbled on your blog, and I've really enjoyed reading! Like you, pork tenderloin is a favorite of mine...and this recipe looks so good.

Corbin

I cannot say for sure if Ive ever seen so many pretty news at one place. Thanks for wonderful post!

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