Cooking With Wildtree: Shanghai Noodle Salad

One of the Wildtree items I am most excited about, is the plethora of naturally flavored oils they offer, from garlic to bacon to butter, they will blow your mind!  I am so in love with the Butter one, if … Continue reading

Cooking With Wildtree: Fiesta Taco Pizza

  When my friend, Sonya contacted me about doing a Wildtree review for you all, I was so excited!  Never heard of Wildtree? simple. healthy. natural. Wildtree was founded on the premise that food should be simple, healthy, natural, and … Continue reading

BBQ Ranch Pork Wraps

  BBQ Pulled Pork couples with a delicious Chopped BBQ Ranch Salad Mix, for a “fix it and forget it”, supper.

BBQ Ranch Pork Wraps

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  • 5 pounds Pork Loin
  • 6 cloves Garlic, Pressed
  • 2 Tablespoons Liquid Smoke
  • 4 Tablespoons Worcestershire
  • 1 whole Lime, Zested And Juiced
  • 1 Tablespoon Cornstarch Mixed With A Splash Of Cold Water
  • 12 ounces, weight Bag Of Dole Chopped BBQ Ranch Salad Mix
  • 1 cup Shredded Carrots
  • 1 cup Coleslaw
  • Extra BBQ Sauce, If Needed
  • 12 whole Tortillas Or Bread Wraps
  • 1 cup Shredded Colby-jack Cheese

Salt and pepper pork loin and place in sprayed crockpot.
Add liquid smoke, Worcestershire sauce, lime zest and juice.
Cook on low for 8 hours, then shred.
Pour off liquid into small sauce pan and add in cornstarch water mixture. Heat to boiling, stirring until thick.
Pour back over meat and keep warm until serving time, uncovered.

Set aside tortilla strips and dressing. In a large bowl, mix salad mix with 1 cup of coleslaw and 1 cup of carrot shreds. Right before serving, toss with dressing, adding additional BBQ sauce if it seems to dry for your liking.


On a wheat tortilla, place shredded pork, colby jack cheese, salad mixture and top with the tortilla strips that come included in the salad kit. Wrap up and dig in!

Hugs, T

BBQ Ranch Pork Wraps

Swiss & Angel Hair Pasta with Asparagus

  Mm, I adore Asparagus, and so do all my little Fergusons.  Of course, they much prefer it this way: Oven Roasted Asparagus, with coarse salt   However, they decided if it had to be IN the dish, that this … Continue reading

Easy Beef Lettuce Wraps

  It’s SUMMERTIME, and that means light and easy suppers around here typically.  We spend as much time as possible outside in the evenings, so I don’t want to have to come in and labor over the hot stove too … Continue reading

Bistecca Pizza Al Forno

   This recipe was born on a night when I was STARVING for Pizza. Not just any pizza, the gourmet kind, with fresh ground wheat homemade crust.  Easy as a pizza pie, thanks to WonderMill Junior hand-mill!


  I also happened to have picked up at the store, a steak and some arugula, so I KNEW it was meant to be.   We made Steak & Arugula Pizza with a Balsamic Reduction.  Long name, amazing taste!  TRUST ME. 

  I shared a photo on facebook and whined the name was too boring, so one of our facebook friends said we should call it Pizza El Forno!


  I love that!!! Sounds hot and delicious! 🙂 

  Bistecca is Italian for Steak, and Al Forno means cooked in a pizza oven, or open flame grill.  I don’t have a pizza oven, YET, but we do have a smoker grill, so here she is:

Bistecca Pizza Al Forno


bistecca pizza al forno

Head on over to WonderMill’s Grain Wagon website to see the recipe, because I am sharing over there today!  You won’t want to miss this amazing Pizza!