Pata Hamonado or Ham hock cooked in pineapple juice and soy sauce is a delicious Filipino recipe. This dish is mostly enjoyed during lunchtime and best eaten with white or brown rice. The taste of this dish resembles the popular southern Filipino recipe known as humba. The texture of the meat is a big factor for the success of this dish. The mea
Southern Style Green Beans from Food.com: Got this recipe from all recipes and wanted to post it here to share and have all my recipes on my favorite web site "Recipezaar"! This can also be done in a crockpot. I had 2 ham hocks to use. Thanks to Kirk Warner
Senate Bean Soup....don't know why it is called that (there must be a story)...but I have made this a few times and it is a WINNER!!! Oh, I use smoked ham hocks in this...don't know if that changes things.
I was born and raised in the south, and we eat a lot of beans. Here is a easy and basic lima bean recipe. Weve been doing it this way for years. You can use ham hocks, hambones, smoked bacon or smoked sausage for the pork flavor in this dish. Also fresh, frozen or even canned beans can be used-they just wont have to cook as long.
I’ve made it no secret that it’s FLIPPING cold here in Texas and I’m not sure I’m dealing with it well. Five days of dark clouds and freezing blankets of ice with only my sanity and a five year old to keep me company was making me a little twitchy. Just before I lost myself …