Sunday, June 1, 2008

Sunday Dinner

Dan BBQ'd today. He used a boneless pork rib roast. We have a charcoal BBQ. For the potato I made Cottaged potatoes. This recipe has been around for many years. The recipe follows the pork. The vegetable was asparagus, boiled just until tender with butter and salt and pepper.

The pork is scored on the top so it will cook faster and the sauce will penetrate into the meat more.

The basting sauce mix:

1/4 cup Vinegar
3/4 cup Water
3 tbsp. Brown Sugar, heaping
3 tbsp. salt, heaping
You could also add, onion, garlic, chili flakes anything you would like to this

Heat mixture on stove until dissolved. Then transfer to a spray bottle or brush on roast often while it is cooking.
It should take 40 minutes to 1 hour to cook

Tomorrow he will make pulled pork on a bun with the left-overs.

Cottage Potatoes

10 medium sized potatoes, amount for size of family
1/2 lb. pkg. velvetta cheese, chopped
1 onion diced finely
1/2 cup margarine
1 tsp. salt
1 tbsp. parsley
1/2 to 3/4 cup milk
corn flakes, crushed

Boil potatoes with skins. Allow to cool, then dice into a greased baking dish.. I sauted the onion just until it softened. Add the chopped velvetta cheese and onion. Mix in melted butter, salt, parsley mositen with milk. Cover with crushed corn flakes. I did not have corn flakes, so I made dried bread crumbs with a bit of melted butter added to them.
Bake 350F for 1 hour.


R said...

your Sunday supper looks delicious and I love your upside down sausage pie too
Great recipes!

Hendria said...

r...thanks for the comment. :)

Abby said...

That looks great! The pork looks cooked perfectly, which can be hard to do (for me, anyway.) Way to go Dan!

Hendria said...

Abby.. thanks for the comment..Dan is a great cook for sure. :)

Anonymous said...

This is something my dad would love! I will keep in mind for the next time he visits!

Hendria said... was a very good dinner...I hope you enjoy it as much if you decide to give it a try...let me know if you like it. :)


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