Print

October 7, 2020

Red Thai Pork Curry

If you haven't pulled out the slow cooker yet, this aromatic recipe might entice you to do so. Rich and comforting, our Thai–inspired red curry warms your belly in more ways than one. Tender pork, creamy coconut milk and just a touch of chili pepper heat. 
Make it today! One pot wonders from around the world

Whether it's in the slow cooker or a Dutch oven, these one pot meals will transform the most economical cuts of pork into tender, juicy morsels. The following recipes all utilize boneless pork shoulder blade roasts; a little preparation will reward you with pork that melts in your mouth. Our featured recipe for Thai Peanut Pork Stew is loaded with protein–packed pork cubes and just the right amount of silky smooth peanut butter. Party Pork Vindaloo is just that – a party for your taste buds. Jamaican Pork Stew hints at Caribbean flavours – think allspice, ginger, thyme and cayenne. And, last but not least, a traditional Oven–Braised Hungarian Pork Goulash – complete with caraway, paprika and sour cream for full authenticity. 

Unique Thanksgiving brunch ideas

With Thanksgiving limited to members of your household, ham is the perfect protein of choice. It can be purchased in various shapes, sizes and even slices to fit any family – you can’t go wrong! So go ahead, put a unique twist on this year's Thanksgiving spread and try something different. Glazed Ham with Rum Raisin Sauce uses a boneless ham that cooks up quickly – a perfect balance of sweet and salty. Warm apples, sweet cinnamon and a touch of smoky bacon make this Baked Apple & Bacon Pancake an instant family winner. It may just make it into your weekend routine! A great brunch isn't complete without a warm, savoury bread, such as our Bacon & Cheddar Bannock. Add this Sweet & Savoury Bacon Marmalade and you've got yourself a little slice of heaven on earth. 

Leftovers for lunchtime

Take the guess work out of lunch making and prepare a two–in–one dinner! These next few recipes lend themselves to an easy week night meal but also a tasty lunch for the next day. Easy Shepherd's Pie will warm your heart on a crisp fall day –always lots of delicious leftovers for a complete lunch. Choose to double this recipe for lunchtime leftovers, or not – Meatloaf for One or Two. Options galore: leftover meatloaf can be transformed into sandwiches, burgers or even crumbled and mixed into fried rice. The Farmer Sausage Skillet Supper is loaded with flavour and colourful veggies. Serve over rice for a complete one–bowl feast. And if you're curious to see where that made in Manitoba farmer sausage is made, click here to watch a short video.