goat cheese and multi-colored peppers and basil...and tomatoes...cut basil and tomato...mix w. cheese...make<br>
planks out of the peppers....bake the peppers a little...add cheese mix...bake some more!
I got a nice pork loin roast that just got rubbed with rosemary and went in the oven with some sweet potatoes and onions. I'm priming with some Miller Lites to be followed by a to-be-selected-from-the-cellar bottle of wine. (So much for my attempt to go 24 continuous hours without alcohol. Holidays are hell.)
Here is my super easy but super yummy secret easy dinner:<br><br>
Take a pork loin and cut in about 1in pieces. Pound out very thin and dip in egg and dredge lightly in break crumbs. Brown on both sides in a hot pan of olive oil. Place on a cookie sheet, top with a dollop of pasta sauce and parm cheese, bake at 350 for about 15 minutes.<br><br>
It's very easy.<br><br>
Another version; Same thing but no pasta sauce or parm. Just bake then top with gravy when it's all done.<br><br>
Also, where is Julie when you need her???
Well, I'm definitely going to have to give Kristine's idea a try, but for today I'm going with your bell pepper idea - half the ingredients are already in the fridge. So we're having a small steak and some bell peppers. And we'll finish off the bottle of Portuguese red I started late last night after most of y'all went to bed (and derKaiser was getting up).
We're having pork country ribs, saur kraut, and mashed potatoes.<br>
Family New Year's tradition.<br><br>
The temp is dropping...<br>
I just got back from a nice 90 min run...<br>
and the house smells yuuuuuuummmmmmmmmyyyyyyyy.<br><br>
Then, during the Rose Bowl...<br>
we're having chips and "family dip" <--- only made for family. Took my bro-in-law 7 years to get some.
Sounds like you got the menu all wrapped up. But, I thought I'd add an easy favorite of ours anyway - cook a pound of pasta (spiral, tube shaped, shells, whatever). Drain, add back to the pot, heat on low - add olive oil, fresh or canned diced tomatoes, dry or fresh basil, salt, pepper or some season salt. Stir for a few minutes. Dish up and sprinkle parmasean, romano, asiago, or some other hard grated cheese. Enjoy!