Hands down, these are the best pork chops ever. Not only is this recipe savory, delicious, and elegant, it is ridiculously easy to make. A lot of people claim that pork chops are boring because of their dry texture and bland flavor, but I assume these individuals are not properly cooking them. The trick here is to use a thick pork chop, a piping hot cast iron skillet, and not over cooking the chops (yummy ingredients don’t hurt either).
This week we have a simple yet impressive salad recipe. Everyone enjoys a nice salad, but lets be honest; sometimes salad can get a little old. If the wimpy greens and gloopy ranch dressing just isn’t cutting it, we’ve got you covered. With peach season around the corner, I can’t think of a better way to eat the juicy stone fruits than in a fresh salad.
The SunRiver Villa Community Center’s first Pickleball Clinic will be on May 17th at 9am at the VCC Courts! The Clinic will be taught by SunRiver Pickleball Club Instructors and light refreshments will be provided.
This week’s recipe is one of my favorite salads to eat during the spring and summer months. Whether I order it off a menu or I make my own at home, this salad packs color, flavor, and is a refreshing transition to the heavy comfort foods we’ve enjoyed the past 5 months.
You won’t want to miss SunRiver’s next play, “Double Dealing Dollface”. Dollface is the owner of a speakeasy and has to deal with illegal booze, gambling, mobsters and dancehall girls. This is a fun, murder mystery, set in the roaring 20’s.
Chicken is easily America’s favorite weeknight dinner meat. Don’t get me wrong chicken is delicious, though it can easily become boring and mundane. We all get into the chicken slump, and by slump, I mean making the same two to three chicken dishes every week.