So I am going to start doing "Throwback Thursdays" on the blog! Exciting right? Some of you are new to my blog and this will give me a chance to showcase past recipes that I think you guys
might will love!
A little history about this blog. It originally started, many, many, many years ago as a "cookbook" that I would have anywhere. I was always traveling, visiting family and friends, and needed my recipes on hand somewhere. So, I started this blog. Never giving credit, never using my own pictures (I am a horrible photographer as you will soon see), etc... because that really wasn't the purpose of this blog (not to mention the whole copyright/giving credit wasn't really a big thing back then). Throwback Thursday will give me an opportunity to revamp the posts, use my own pictures, and give credit if I know the source. A lot of the recipes are family favorites, some are from other blogs, cookbooks, cooking magazines, etc... Half of the recipes I am not even sure where I found. If you know or have seen the same recipe somewhere, let me know in the comments and I will give that person credit. Bear with me if some of you have already seen these recipes.
Throwback Thursdays will be almost like a bonus post each week. Remembering the good stuff. Now onto one of our family favorites...
My husband was somewhat skeptical because he DOES NOT like mushrooms (I strained out the big chunks of mushrooms). After one bite he told me, "this is WAY good!" Super simple (as most slow cooker recipes are), yet absolutely delicious!
I split everything in half, froze the remaining half of the pork loin and half of all the soups so I can make another batch of this at a later date.
Serve over some mashed potatoes or rice and enjoy!
1 Pork Loin
1 can cream of mushroom soup
1 can beefy mushroom soup
1 can golden mushroom soup
1 can french onion soup
1. Combine the four soups.
2. Place the pork loin in the bottom of the slow cooker. Put the soup combination over the pork loin.
3. Cook on low for 8 hours.
Note: If your sauce is too runny for your liking, combine 2 tablespoons corn starch with 1 1/2 tablespoons water (so there are no lumps) to your mixture during the last 30 minutes.