This hearty, economical, old favorite has flavor unequalled by any ready-made version - well worth the time it takes. Cooking the meat on the bone adds a step to the process but provides a richer, deeper flavor. Amount and variety of vegetables can be varied to suit preference and availability. Reheats well - and tastes even better the next day.
This slightly glamorized version of a comfort food favorite looks and tastes good enough for favorite guests. It can be made with a single meat, but using a mixture gives added flavor and improved texture.
This quick melange of fall flavors is as tasty as it is colorful. Use any cut of pork - a shoulder chop or pork steak work well, as do trimmings from a roast. The natural sweetness of apple and onion offset cranberries' tartness.