Get your Crock Pot ready! This list has recipes from traditional to unique and includes options for the carnivore, vegetarian, and vegan.
A hearty, savory pasta with a bright white wine sauce, fresh heirloom tomatoes, and basil.
This pork tenderloin is grilled to juicy perfection with a sweet and spicy honey sriracha sauce. It’s like sweet and sour pork with a zesty kick!
So you made pulled pork or have leftovers from a restaurant. Now what? This post has 30 recipes for that leftover pulled pork! I have breakfast and brunch, appetizers, nachos, pizza, soup, main dishes, and sides included.
A how-to guide for smoking pork on a charcoal grill. Cooked low and slow, this yields smoky, fall-off-the-bone pulled pork BBQ perfect for several meals.
A fun way to use leftover pulled pork, these quesadillas are filled with your favorite salsa and melty cheese. Great as a meal or appetizer!
A quick and easy flatbread with tangy BBQ sauce is a great way to use leftover pulled pork. Naan bread makes a quick flatbread crust. Great as an appetizer or a meal, and ready in under 30 minutes.
Homemade pizza is easy and fun to make. It’s a great quick dinner for one or the family during the week or on weekends. Customize your pizza with any toppings you’d like! My boyfriend introduced me to making homemade pizzas, dough and all. Homemade pizza is great because it’s a quick weeknight meal to throw
Pi day is next week, and I’m starting to scheme what kinds of pies to make. If you’re also looking for a pi day pie, this collection has 35 nontraditional pie recipes that will definitely be a big hit on pi day. There’s no bake pie, pot pie, slab pie, boozy pie, hand pie, vegetarian
A hearty, smoky, mildly spicy soup that can be made in the slow cooker or on the stovetop in a dutch oven or large pot. A great way to use leftover pulled pork!