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Dear chicken Florentine. I like you. I like your spinach and your cream sauce. But honestly? I don't love you. You're missing a little pizzaz. So, I would like to introduce you to my friend pesto pasta. You kinda need that punch from the pesto's garlic, ...
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Looking for ideas for a special dinner? Consider pork tenderloin! It's terrific for entertaining. The challenge is that because tenderloin is such a lean, tender cut of meat, it can easily be over-cooked and dry.
You can address this in a couple of ways. The most important thing is to not overcook the pork. Pork tenderloin can quickly go from perfect to overdone, so use a meat thermometer, pay attention and pull the meat from the heat when it gets to the right internal temperature.
Another thing you can do to help keep the moisture in the meat is to marinate the tenderloin in a lightly briny solution. Ideally, a sweet and salty marinade will not only infuse the meat with flavor, but will also act as a gentle brine to help the tenderloin retain moisture as it cooks.
One spring at friend's house on Cape Cod, I found a lot of fresh ginger in the fridge. My friend's husband had just stopped by the local fish market, so I combined the fish and ginger with a can of tomatoes to make a quick and easy spring stew. We absolutely loved the results.
The fresh ginger won't knock you over the head with its intensity in this stew. It adds warmth and its distinctive gingery flavor to the pot, but it's a fairly subtle flavor.
The fish is still the main star – which it should be, considering how expensive seafood is!