I'm not an amazing cook. I'm just a mom who is happy most nights to get a prepared meal on the table (as opposed to cereal). We have a few staples in our meal rotation, I suspect, like everyone else. I thought I would share this one in case you are looking for a new meal that's quick, healthy, tasty and affordable.
|Maybe Mrs. G or Mrs. W will whip me up one of these darling aprons for when I cook. |
I already have the pearls and the holly leaf barrette.
Honestly the big draw of this meal for me is that it takes less than fifteen minutes to prepare (hence the reason I'm including it this week). The hardest part about the recipe is peeling and dicing two apples. It's a great dinner for fall because you can dump it, er, carefully prepare it, in the crockpot and then let it cook all day. It makes the house smell awesome too. The first time I had this I was a little skeptical. I'm not a big cabbage person (sorry Irish relatives). But the cabbage in this recipe becomes kind of like an apple slaw and tastes delicious. My kids even ate it.
Here's the recipe, taken from Family Circle magazine:
Pork Chops With Red Cabbage