Pineapple Glazed Pork Tenderloin

I used a three pound pork tenderloin, and I made a sweet pineapple Teriyaki  with soy sauce and "Blind Betty's Pineapple Pizzazz" hot sauce. I put a thick glaze on the tenderloin with the Teriyaki sauce mixture, and baked it in a covered pan at 375 until it was 180 degrees inside (about two hours). Then, I uncovered it and let it brown for 15 minutes. The flavor was outstanding. The glaze gave the fat on top of the roast a sweet warm glowing flavor that melted right into each bite  


Spicy Pork & Beans - Bill S.

​​​1 pork roast with the bone. 1 LB. Great Northern Beans (any beans will work). 2 good sized onions. Cholula pepper sauce. 1 jar of spaghetti sauce. and a 4 quart pot. Clean and rinse the beans, some people like to soak them over night. Put 2 quarts of water in the pot and bring it to a boil. Reduce the heat to medium and add the beans. Adjust the heat so it is just hot enough keep it boiling. Stir the beans and cover the pot and stir it about every 10 to 15 minutes. Cook the pork roast in the oven. When the beans are soft and the pork is roasted, cut up the pork and put it in the beans. Cut up the onions and put them in the pot with the pork and beans. Add the Spaghetti sauce and 4 table spoons of Cholula. stir it all together really good and let simmer for 30 to 40 minutes. Have your cornbread and enjoy.

 ​Jumpin' Jimmy Hot Sauce

Quick and easy Cheese Omelette for Two

Omelette with Cheddar Cheese and sour cream

Use High River Sauces' sweet Habanero "Tears of the Sun" hot sauce for a satisfying semi-sweet medium hot burst of flavor.


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Creamy Chicken and Mushroom Chowder

Anybody who knows Jimmy knows he has a unique definition of “from scratch.” I made this Chicken and Mushroom Chowder with left over grocery store rotisserie chicken, Francisco Rinaldi Roasted Garlic Pesto Sauce, sour cream, sliced brown mushrooms, and one small brown onion. I boiled the chicken in enough water to almost cover the bird (around two quarts) until the bones could be removed easily. I like to use a pasta serving fork to remove the bones. I turn it down to a slow boil add the onion, mushrooms, and pesto sauce and rinse the jar out with one have jar of milk. Cover and cook until the mushrooms and onion are tender. Then melt a couple of dollops (Tablespoons) of sour cream into the soup and salt to taste. I also added Amazon Chipotle hot sauce when served. The Amazon Chipotle hot sauce gave it a delicious spicy warm smoky flavor that really made this leftover dish a real treat.