Pork & Poblano Skillet with Creamy Slow Cooker Beans

Chile warmth for chilly nights – but with poblanos, not too spicy hot! This recipe combines quick-cooked pork with a succulent sauce that's warmed (just warmed, not heated) with a little roasted poblano. I like to serve it with beans cooked from scratch in the slow cooker. ~ Skip Straight to the Recipes ~

~ Pork & Poblano Skillet ~
~ Creamy Slow-Cooker Beans ~

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Pick a Peck of Poblano PeppersFor years, I peeked at the pepper piles in the produce section, sure that even proximity was "too hot" for comfort. Slowly if unsurely, I experimented with one chile pepper then another.So far, my favorite chile pepper is the dusky-dark poblano, whose green skin is almost black, whose roasted flesh warms not burns. In Pork & Poblano Skillet, just one adds a seductive smoky sweetness. But Wait! There's More!If you're used to canned beans, you know how convenient they are! And relatively inexpensiv…

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