Ok, so if I wasn't married to my husband, this is what I would eat every night. But sometimes, time just isn't on your side. And to avoid a huge restaurant bill, or disgusting fried-food binge, the grocery store can offer some other alternatives. Like tonight for example. My husband could have easily made this on his own, but I didn't think something this good could come from a package.
President's Choice chili-lime-marinated pork steaks. Simply throw it on the barbecue, sprinkle with chili powder, and garnish with fresh cilantro from the garden. Serve alongside some zucchini in olive oil, lemon, rock salt and sprinkled with jalapeno cubes. Simply put, delicious! These steaks had just the right amount of spice, and of course, my husband cooked them to perfection, tender and juicy.
We also had the perfect wine. Bergeron Estate Winery's Gewurztraminer from Prince Edward County. This sweet, intense wine is perfect for this spicy dish. But you can only get it directly from the winery. It's not available at the LCBO. Ever since I read Holly's post on Ontario wine, I've been seriously making an effort.