You know how I used to have a few recipes that I’d never actually tried but I was always eager to try?
Well, this one is a classic recipe for a pioneer meal.
A pioneer woman’s dish, in other words.
I love that this dish is so simple, it’s got so many ingredients, and you can make it ahead of time and serve it at a time when it’s the most important meal of the week.
The recipe calls for ground pork, a variety of meats, vegetables, and a variety a spice mix.
The ingredients range from meaty chunks of pork, lamb, and poultry to the traditional Chinese and Indian spices like black pepper and coriander.
If you’re looking for a more adventurous way to prepare a pioneer dish, you could also try adding a little salt and pepper to the meat mixture, which adds an extra flavor.
If the dish is going to be serving for dinner, you’ll want to make sure the meat is tender before you serve it, but don’t feel too guilty if it takes longer than expected to cook it.
I like to cut the meat down into smaller pieces, then chop it into bite-size pieces to save on space.
If your meat is big enough, it can also be used to make a hearty stew, which is a good way to eat the meat at a picnic or for lunch.
The meat will be seasoned with salt and fresh pepper and will be served with a side of sweet potatoes.
And because it’s a pioneer recipe, you can have a couple of guests on hand to help you finish the meal and help you celebrate your success.
The best part is that the whole family will enjoy this pioneer meal together.
It will be perfect for a family gathering or even a small gathering of friends and family.
This recipe was adapted from a recipe in the American Journal of Physiology.
It was originally published in the April 2004 issue of the American Heart Association.
The opinions expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial stance.