Kalamata Pork Tenderloin with Rosemary

October 11, 2007 at 7:28 pm Leave a comment

I’m thrilled when I can find a quick, tasty recipe with ingredients that I already have in the house. Hallelujah. I found this recipe on Allrecipes. I used a super-thick boneless pork chop that I sliced into quarter inch medallions. Thankfully the herb garden hasn’t totally gone to seed yet so the rosemary was available.

I didn’t have it together last night to take a picture of the results but it was quite appetizing and delicious. Alas, dinner time is hectic here. Last night’s drama was the big boy insisting that the lone green bean on his plate be removed before he would come to the table. Sheesh. I’m sure it’s in the Mom Handbook that I have to put at least one vegetable on the plate. Actually when I was growing up it was one veggie for each year of our life… seven years old = seven peas. Technically the big boy should have had three green beans. Maybe I’m a pushover.

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