Category Archive: Pork

Gorgonzola Cheese, Date & Walnut Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

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 It was a wonderful combination of flavors. The salty bite of Gorgonzola cheese melted with the sweetness of the dates and the crunch of the walnuts and you get a little taste of everything in every bite. Yumminess – a fabulous flavor profile. Pork tenderloin is available at most grocery stores, Sam’s Club, Costco, Trader Joe’s and …

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Cider Braised Pork and Fall Vegetables

Cider Braised Pork and Fall Vegetables

Apple cider makes this stew rather sweet so be sure and choose a tart apple to add the last 20 minutes of cooking time. The pork loin was tender and moist. Although tasty, the end result was really sweet – we like less sweet main dishes so if I made this again I would cut …

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Apricot Glaze

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This Apricot glaze just happens to be my all time favorite glaze for pork or chicken. It’s comprised of simple ingredients but they are pure perfection! Mix this up and give a jar of it along with the recipe for the amazing Apricot Glazed Pork Roast. I made the roast again on Friday and when …

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Pork Medalions with Cranberry Sauce

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The pork was tender and the cranberry sauce was delicious. The simple sides of oven roasted butternut squash and frozen peas hit the spot. Costco sells a large container of butternut squash already peeled and cubed so you can make Oven Roasted Butternut Squash without any hassle! In the produce section at Trader Joe’s they …

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Pot Roasted Pork Slow Cooker

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If you like garlic feel free to use more and fill the roast with little slivers of fresh garlic as it permeates the meat while the roast cooks and the end product has the most amazing flavor!  You will be amazed at how simple this recipe is. Pot Roasted Pork 4 pounds boneless, rolled pork top loin …

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