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Drunken Pork Tenderloin

Drunken Pork Tenderloin

I was going to post a Christmas craft for y’all today, but I decided to hang on to that until next week and give you this awesome pork recipe instead. It’s basically 15 minutes of hands on time, and the rest of the time you can spend drinking with your pork (or your dinner guests,Continue Reading

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Italian Stuffed Peppers

Italian Stuffed Peppers

There’s stuffed peppers, and then there’s STUFFED PEPPERS. These, my friends, are STUFFED PEPPERS. They are so, so, so good. I wouldn’t rank this on the health scale (I don’t think you are going to drop from a heart attack eating it, but sausage isn’t necessarily “healthy”), I rank this on the delicious scale. It’sContinue Reading

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Honey Glazed Pork Chops

Honey Glazed Pork Chops

Two weeks from today we’ll be homeowners. It still seems a bit unreal, but I’ll be glad to be done with the constant emails and phone calls with the bank, the realtor, the insurance company, the utility companies, and the moving company to get everything set up. Seriously, it feels like a second full-time jobContinue Reading

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Proscuitto Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Proscuitto Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

Easy. It’s seriously all I can handle these days. This dish is about as easy as it gets. I’m almost embarrassed to type up the steps, because there are three. Total. But I’ll type them up even though you could probably figure out what I did just based on the pictures. Season a boneless porkContinue Reading

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Cook Once, Eat Twice: Vietnamese Noodle Bowls (Part 2)

Cook Once, Eat Twice: Vietnamese Noodle Bowls (Part 2)

Six pounds of pork shoulder yields a lot of lemongrass pork. Luckily, it’s easy to transform the pork into a delicious noodle bowl with Vietnamese inspired ingredients. It also doubled as a pantry clean out recipe since I was able to get Asian noodles and carrots out of the fridge as well as some peanutsContinue Reading

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Cook Once, Eat Twice: Lemongrass Pork (Part 1)

Cook Once, Eat Twice: Lemongrass Pork (Part 1)

The one item I most dreaded having to come up with a use for during the pantry clean-out challenge was the giant six pound pork butt hanging out in my freezer. I bought it last time pork butt was on sale in hopes of eventually using it for my slow cooker pulled pork, but consideringContinue Reading

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Pork Chops with Peppadew Pepper Cauliflower

Pork Chops with Peppadew Pepper Cauliflower

After the success of “The Chicken,” I quickly sought out new recipes I could try with peppadew peppers. The pepper’s briny spice made sense in pimento cheese or as a sandwich topping. Other than that I was unsure of how to use this new-to-me ingredient. I Googled and found a recipe from Amateur Gourmet thatContinue Reading

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Pecan Crusted Pork Tenderloin

Pecan Crusted Pork Tenderloin

A few weeks ago, I received an email from Serious Eats saying that I had won a copy of “The New Southern Table” written by Brys Stephens. (Get your copy here. <Affiliate link) Every single one of the recipes looked amazing, but a recipe for pecan and herb-crusted pork chops immediately called to me. IContinue Reading

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Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

I’m not calling M and my new eating habits a “diet.” We feel better when we eat more fruits and vegetables and we get full much faster. So when it came time to cook the pork tenderloin I had in the fridge, as much as I wanted to rub it down with spices, I insteadContinue Reading

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Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin

Spice Rubbed Pork Tenderloin

Can someone please explain to me why my grocery store does not sell small, plain, pork tenderloins? My choices are either pre-marinated normal size tenderloins (which are packed full of sodium and fake chemically stuff), or, giant 5+ pound Flintstone-style tenderloins. Luckily Trader Joe’s has them (for about $4/lb) and I can always find anContinue Reading

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