Wednesday, September 24, 2008

What's For Dinner Wednesday

This week, Ed decided WFDW for me. He found a BBQ Pork Loin while marketing the other day and grabbed it. I was game for trying it, why not? Granted, I like getting unseasoned Pork Loins so I can work my own magic on them, but this one wasn't bad. I suggest giving them a try when you're pressed for time and/or ideas. (50 minutes in the convection toaster, woohoo)

A few weeks ago, I found a recipe for warm German Potato Salad. I thought it would be a good side for the pork, and this time I winged it. I used less mustard, more bacon and sauteed the onions in bacon fat. Yum!

3 People talked back:

ruffdiamond said...

Looks delicious and much more satisfying than McDonalds!

Gypsydoodlebug said...

mmmm I want the recipe for the German potatoes.

Suzanne said...

The recipe is so easy.

*5 large potatoes, washed and cut into cubes (I halved, halved again and cut into 4 pieces)

*5 slices of bacon, fried til crispy, then crumbled (don't drain the pan!)
*2 small onions, diced (I made the pieces big enough for Gameboy to pick out)
*1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
*1 1/2 tablespoons mustard
*2 tablespoons sugar (next time, I'm trying honey)
*2 teaspoons salt
*2 teaspoons pepper

Boil the potatoes and drain. In a large bowl, whisk together all but the bacon, onions and potatoes. Then add those ingredients and toss gently.