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Fall Classics Made Easy! Pork tenderloin is a year-round favorite in our home, both for daily cooking and for special occasions. Somehow pork seems most compatible with the flavors of fall; apples, squash, sweet potatoes, caramelized onions, beets and cabbage. Tenderloin is a lean cut that requires little preparation and cooks

quickly. In fact, the only problem you might encounter with pork tenderloin is its tendency to dry out when overcooked. You can avoid this problem if you marinate first, cook quickly with direct heat, and use an instant-read thermometer to test for doneness. Then just whip up the sweet potatoes, fruited beets,

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September 2012 Tidewater Times  

September 2012 Tidewater Times

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