Kid’s Fav Good Food Real Results Meal

This is my kids favorite Good Food Real Results weekday dinner!

Cut your 1lb pork loin into thin slices (1/4-1/2 inch) and pound until
tenderized and half the thickness.


Coat them with your fav Epicure salts and Peppers.  I used Chili Garlic and Tuxedo.

Quickly flash fry a couple mins on each side – they’ll cook quickly because they’re so thin,
you’re really just browning and cooking to your desired doneness.


For sides we enjoyed: Steamed Broccoli (PERFECT in 2 mins in the steamer)

Mac & Cheese – quick and easy with no icky food colorings & better tasting too! Pikliz – spicy Haitian pickled veg.


Leftovers Lunch

Another awesome CookToLose friendly meal! All leftovers, one of my favourite ways to eat lunch.

Mashed yam, spinach topped with leftover cooked veg & dressing and pork ‘chops’. I made cutlets last night by cutting the meat off the bone, leaving a bit behind, and then popped the bones into the crockpot and sprinkled with @epicureofficial Roasted Garlic and left them on low for a couple hours.Leftovers lunch

Teriyaki Rice Wraps w/Jicama Mango Salsa and Ginger Cream

This is delish, please ignore my awful plating, so not my skillset.  All the parts below can be use for many diff recipes separately too!  This was inspired by an episode of DDD. :)

  • 2lbs Pork Loin, cut in slivers (or chicken/beef)
  • 1 Tbsp Epicure’s Teriyaki RubSplash of Soy, splash of Olive Oil

Combine and marinate overnight. Stir-fry quickly on high heat.

Small strips of pork

Jicama Mango Salsa

  • 1 cup Minced Hicama
  • 3/4 cup small chunk mango
  • 2T slivered red onion
  • 2T cilantro
  • 1 t chili garlic sauce
  • 1t soy sauce
  • a couple pinches of salt
  • 1/2tsp Epicure’s Cinco Peppers


Jicama Mango Salsa

Ginger Cream

  • 1t whip cream (or coconut milk)
  • a few grinds of Epicure’s Chili Garlic salt
  • 1 tsp honey
  • 1 tbsp rice wine vinegar
  • 1/2 T grated ginger
  • 1/2 c sour cream (or use coconut cream)
  • 1.5 T Epicure’s teriyaki


We served ours wrapped up in rice paper wraps, these would make great asian taco’s too!  Soak your rice paper as instructed in the pkg, wrap up the pork, salsa, some shredded carrots or any other veg you have on hand.  Serve with the ginger cream as a drizzle or dipping sauce.

Wrap prep station

Coconut Curry Stew

This makes stew for a crowd.  Reduce your meat and get a nice coconut soup instead.  :)

  • Pork 2lbs
Coconut Curry Stew meat

Coconut Curry Stew meat

  • Coconut milk 2 cans
  • 6 lg carrots – cut into coins
  • Ginger, Lemon Grass Star Anise and Kaffir Lime Leaves – as per photo
Coconut Curry Stew Spices

Coconut Curry Stew Spices

  • 3 tbsp Epicure’s Mango Curry Mix
  • 1/2 cup chopped Cilantro
  • Bok Choy or Spinach – cut into a chiffonade as per below
Coconut Curry Stew - Spinach Chiffonade

Coconut Curry Stew - Spinach Chiffonade

  • 2 Tbsp Fish Sauce, or to taste
  • Salt and Pepper to taste

I did mine in my Instant Pot, you could also cook it longer in a crockpot.  I put my meat in with my spices and set it to ‘meat’.

Coconut Curry Stew in Instant Pot

Coconut Curry Stew in Instant Pot

After the meat pressure cook cycle, add your coconut milk, turn it to low crock pot for an hour or two. Remove any bones, your star anise, kaffir lime leaves, ginger chunks & lemon grass.

Coconut Curry Stew - Discards

Coconut Curry Stew - Discards

Add your cilantro, spinach and fish sauce before serving.


Celeriac Sausage Hash

I am still trying to figure out my favorite way to eat Celeriac, so I’m trying it in everything!

If you’re as lost as I am with Celeriac… here’s what this ugly puppy looks like.

Celeriac - what an ugly sucker!

Celeriac - what an ugly sucker!

Celeriac - The ugly sucker undressed

Celeriac - The ugly sucker undressed

My new Urban Harvest load of veggies arrived yesterday and I finally peeked in today and found a place for it all

  • 1 big handful of sausage meat
  • 1 cup celeriac, chopped small
  • 3-4 snips of Cilantro (take the whole washed bunch, hold it over your pan and snip with kitchen shears)
  • 2-3 grinds of Epicure’s 4 Pepper Blend
  • Epicure’s Sea Salt to taste
  • 4 eggs

Toss sausage into the pan and start frying it up.  Put your Celeriac into your Epicure steamer and cook in microwave 2 mins to start softening it, add it into your pan.  Add salt, pepper and Cilantro.  Plate up.  Cook eggs your favorite way.  Serve over your hash. Ronel had some havarti on his.