Mar 19: English Breakfast; Apple Soy Braised Pork Ribs with Brown Rice and Bok Choy

Lunch

For lunch we decided to go for an English ‘fry up’ breakfast: bacon, baked beans and fried egg on toast. It really hit the spot.

  • The toast is 50c per serve
  • Trader Joes Giant Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce cost $1.99 or $1.00 per serve
  • Four eggs at 50c were $2.00 or $1.00 per serve
  • The bacon was $6.99 for 12 slices, and we used 3 per serve, or $1.75 per serve

Lunch today was delicious and cost $4.25 per serve.

Dinner

The apple soy braised pork ribs is a new recipe for us, but after the success with braised ribs last time, there will be no more smoking them for us.

  • The baby back ribs were $9.64 or $4.82 per serve
  • Two granny smith apples cost $2.12 or $1.06 per serve
  • Onion and ginger adds 15c per serve
  • Organic baby carrots add $1.99 for the pack or 50c per serve
  • 3/4 cup apple ginger juice adds 50c per serve
  • Add 65c for the seasonings
  • The bok choy was $1.99 but we used half, or 50c per serve
  • Rice adds 50c per serve.

Dinner tonight was really good: great flavor and the ribs were very tender, and cost $8.68 per serve.

2 thoughts on “Mar 19: English Breakfast; Apple Soy Braised Pork Ribs with Brown Rice and Bok Choy”

  1. Looks delicious!! And I love the addition of bok choy – great idea. Thanks for trying out my recipe. This recipe was totally my creation from scratch so it’s so nice to see that it came out good for you.

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