Category Archive: Main Dish

Pork Tenderloin with Red Wine Pan Sauce

Pork Tenderloin with Red Wine Pan Sauce

Lately I have been on a pork tenderloin kick! It’s lean, easy to prep and quick to cook. Talk about versatile – you can do so many different things with pork tenderloin. Slice the pork into medallions and it cooks on the stove top in just minutes. Set it aside covered to keep it warm while you …

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Pork Tenderloin Medallions with Balsamic Reduction / NuNatural Stevia New Flavors

Pork Tenderloin Medallions with Balsamic Reduction

Pork Tenderloin is such an amazing and versatile cut of meat. It’s lean and so easy to cook making it perfect for just about any day of the week. When you slice pork tenderloin and cook it on the stove top it becomes an easy weeknight entrée. This recipe includes a balsamic reduction that is nothing …

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Beef Tagine with Butternut Squash

Beef Tagine with Butternut Squash

Having never made a tagine before I was intrigued with this recipe. Tagines have their roots in North African or Moroccan cuisine and are slow cooked stews that results in tender meat and vegetables cooked in a cone shaped clay pot. This recipe for Beef Tagine is made without the typical conical shaped clay tagine pot. It’s a simple list …

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My Own Favorite Recipes From 2012 Part One of Three

Baked Polenta Fries

Recently I shared the Top 12 Viewed Recipes from 2012 in this post. Those were the recipes that you the readers looked at the most. This time around I’m sharing my own favorite recipes from the past year. It was tough to narrow it down from the 85 new recipes that were posted last year. I tried many …

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Vegetarian Black Bean & Soy Chorizo Chili / WWPP 6

Vegetarian Black Bean & Soy Chorizo Chili

All winter long we eat a variety of soups, stews and chili so I’m always up for trying new recipes to add to our regular rotation of favorites. This recipe is going at the top of my list! The flavor the first day was good but each day after it just got better and better. It’s not a spicy …

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