Quilters' Recipes

Message from Liz & Marianne

Just like you, we are continually frustrated by the age old question, "What's for dinner?" Often we get so carried away with our quilting projects that we don't think about dinner until the family is walking in the door.

This is your opportunity to share quick and easy recipes with other quilters. Tasty recipes that call for a box of this and a box of that or use ingredients that are most likely on our kitchen shelves are always a hit. We also love recipes that we can pop in the oven or crock pot in the morning and then not think about until dinner time. Of course, we would also love the recipe for those wonderful desserts that you serve your quilt group!

If you have a recipe that you would like to share, please send us your recipe and we will post it here for others to enjoy.

Happy Quilting! – Liz and Marianne

Recipes - Pork

 
1/2 pound of Bacon Elbow Macaroni Large can of Stewed Tomatoes Cook Macaroni as directed on package. Cut Bacon into bite size pieces and fry...
 
Serve this delicious meal with your choice of rice or potatoes and steamed veggies.
 
Yummy BBQ ribs just in time for warmer weather!
 
3 lb. pork shoulder 2 bottles BBQ sauce 1/2 cup packed brown sugar 1 14 oz. can tomato sauce 1 cup water optional: 1/2 tsp. chili powder if...
 
Patricia says, "I made up this recipe years ago when we were having a blizzard in Wisconsin, and I could not get out to the grocery store. When...
 
Boil one pork sirloin roast with sliced onions, salt,and pepper, until cooked. Place in a jelly roll pan or cake pan and bake in the oven at...
 
This is the best recipe I have ever found for pork chops. They are so well done that you can cut them with a fork. And they are as the recipe...
 
These cheesy, chili dogs are made in one skillet when you want to make a fast, hot meal.
 
1 head of cabbage (quartered) 1 sweet onion 1 apple 1 or 2 potatoes Polish Sausage or pork chops Put the vegetables and the apple in the crock...
 
Place 2# tenerloin in the crockpot along with 2 cans of apple pie filling and 1 bottle of your favorite barbque sauce. Cook for at least 4 hours or...
 
I make this Easy Crockpot BBQ Roast Pork to take to family reunions, There is never any left. 3-4 lb pork roast 2 bottles of your favorite BBQ...
 
1/2 C Orange Marmalade or Apricot Jam 1/2 C White Rice Vinegar 4- 1 to 1/2 inch thick lean Pork Loin Chops (boneless) Spray baking dish with...
 
Serves 4 4 pork chops 4 potatoes Vegetables (broccoli, cauliflour, carrots, or any that you have on hand) 1 onion sliced 1 can mushroom soup...
 
1-1 1/2 lb sausage: cut into 1" slices 6 medium potatoes: peeled and cut into 3/4-1" slices 2-3 tbsp. flour 2-3 tbsp. apple cider...
 
The result is authentic Kalua Pork, only you didn't have to fly to Hawaii and attend a luau.
 
Anna writes, "Makes 50 servings. I made these for a back yard wedding reception, but often make it for dinner. It is so easy!"
 
8 oz Orzo 1/4 cup flour 1/4 tsp ea. salt, pepper garlic powder 2 tsp veg oil 1 1/2 lbs pork, cut into 1 in. strips Juice of 1 lemon 1/4 cup...
 
Put in crock pot 5 or 6 porkchops, 2 cans cream of chicken soup, refill empty soup cans with milk,then dump in crock pot, refill the cans with minute...
 
4 pork chops two cans diced tomatoes large purple onion sprinkle of garlic salt and pepper oven 350 in a cast iron pan brown and...
 
Great for even picky eaters!
 
1 head cabbage, quartered 1 apple, quartered 1 lg. potato 4 pork chops (can brown slightly, if desired) 1 c. water salt and pepper, to taste...
 
Pile this delicious dish onto a crusty roll, add a tossed salad, and enjoy!
 
1 lb pork loin roast 1 onion, quartered 1 lb. baby carrots 1 lb. potatoes, cleaned and diced into 1-2" pieces Stir together: 1 pkg. onion...
 
An easy, simple dish, but very good!
 
1 refrigerated pkg cresent rolls 14 c grated onion 1 cup grated swiss cheese 6 eggs 1/2 cup milk 2 t. worchestershire sauce 8 slices...
 
8-12 uncooked mild Italian sausage 1 lg jar picante mild or medium salsa Pour salsa into a crockpot and add Italian sausage. Cook on low for...
 

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