Burgundy Pork Tenderloin

Today California Wineries are considered to be good producers, making decent award winning wines. Had it not been for prohibition, California Wineries would be among the best in the world. Developing the vine takes time. Prohibition brought a halt to that in many ways.

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Slicing Up a Delicious Sunday

Coming up with recipes to share, for the most part, is easy. Look to National Days for inspiration. Holidays practically write themselves. While other people read romance or mystery novels, I read cook books.

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Italian Pork Tenderloin

This isn’t the first rubbed pork roast I’ve ever made. Chances are, it’s not the last. That said, this had to be the most flavorful pork roast I’ve ever made. Wow is an understatement.

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