Roast Pork with Black Bean Salsa

Posted by jtracy on August 11, 2015

Pork Roast with Black Bean Salsa


2-3 lbs. pork sirloin roast

6 pineapple rings

6 slices Walla Walla onion.

1-2 cups black bean and corn salsa.

Garlic Salt

Black pepper

Preheat oven to 350*

In the bottom of a 9×13 glass backing pan place 6 pineapple rings, then place the onion rings on top of the pineapple.

Place the pork roast on top of the pineapple/onion rings. Season …

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Have you got the nerve Habie Chicken

Posted by jtracy on August 5, 2015


Andy’s Habanero Chicken Thighs

Cook up 8 chicken thighs any way you want. I prefer a island flavor, but it really does not matter.

Heat up some canola oil and toss a small onion and a few garlic cloves that are minced in. Cook them in a bit and add 1, not 4 habanero’s into the mix. Cook for a minute or …

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Andy’s Basil Burger

Posted by jtracy on August 5, 2015

Andy’ Basil Burger Recipe

Mix together below

1/2 cup basil leaves minced

1/4 red onion minced

1/4 red wine

2 teaspoons garlic salt

Salt and pepper to your liking 2 lbs. hamburger meat

Toss burgers on and cook to your preference. Don’t overcook please.

Grill sliced mushrooms and jalapenos on foil or any surface that will hold them.

Throw buns on with a little butter and crisp them up …

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Red, White , and Beef Kabobs

Posted by jtracy on July 2, 2015

This recipe is courtesy of Kristina Beaugh from the USDA in D.C. Kristina is a great guest and a lot of fun.




For marinade:

2 tbsp olive oil

1 tbsp garlic, minced (about 2-3 cloves)

2 tbsp lemon juice

1 tbsp fresh parsley, rinsed, dried, and chopped

(or 1 tsp dried parsley)

½ tsp salt


For kabobs:

6 oz top sirloin or other beef steak cubes (12 cubes)

6 oz …

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Pan Fried Mango Chicken

Posted by jtracy on June 15, 2015

Pan Fried Mango Chicken



2 large skinless chicken breasts

1 medium mango diced or chunked

4 green onions chopped

3 tblsp butter

2 tsp powdered honey

2 garlic cloves

White pepper



Trim the excess fat from the breasts and cut into long strips. You can cut them in half if you wish.

In a non stick frying pan add the butter and heat to a medium high heat. …

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