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Marinated and Grilled Green Curry Pork Tenderloin

Grilled and Marinated Green Curry Pork Tenderloin

This is the pork tenderloin recipe to beat all pork tenderloin recipes. At one time, I thought this honor went to Roasted Pork Tenderloin with Apple Cider Jus and while that is still a pretty tasty recipe, this one for Green Curry Pork Tenderloin has won. Won everything.

Oh my god. This is seriously the best pork I have ever made. And yes, it seems like there are a lot of steps (there are) and yes, you’ll have to do some planning, but you will be rewarded with tender, . . . → Read More: Marinated and Grilled Green Curry Pork Tenderloin

Cedar Plank Coho Salmon

Cedar Plank Coho Salmon

This recipe is really delicious and unique (is cedar planked salmon still unique? Let’s go with a yes). It was a bit of an experiment with the last, small piece of my awesome Copper River Coho Salmon. We were actually grilling a whole different meal (Pork Chops) and decided at the last minute* to throw a small piece of the salmon on the grill while the chops were resting. I just happened to have cedar planks and everything else so it worked out perfect.

I’ve used my cedar planks in the oven . . . → Read More: Cedar Plank Coho Salmon

Grilled Pork Chops with Anise Seed Rub and Peach Mojo

Grilled Pork Chops with Anise Seed Rub and Peach Mojo

The end of summer, huh…then how come we are still in the 80’s? Hopefully, this will be the last week of that and we’ll start to see more proper fall weather (cool and sunny). But in the meantime, I guess it’s still nice to be able to haul the grill out of the garage and whip up some succulent pork chops with a sweet and spicy peach sauce. Especially when the pepper in the sauce came from your own garden.

If you do want to . . . → Read More: Grilled Pork Chops with Anise Seed Rub and Peach Mojo

FFwd: Eggplant “Tartine” with Tomatoes, Olives, and Cucumber

Eggplant Tartine with Tomatoes, Olives and Cucumbers

Wow! Well, I think I have found my most favorite French Fridays with Dorie ever! And that’s so surprising because I didn’t think this would be anything special at all. Something about the eggplant and vegetables and shaved cucumber slices that all just really worked together. I dunno…maybe it’s just olive oil-vinegar-herb-grill pan magic.

Speaking of grill panning, that is one thing I did differently, as we’re having a bit of a heat wave and here’s just no way I could have turned on my oven. Not even . . . → Read More: FFwd: Eggplant “Tartine” with Tomatoes, Olives, and Cucumber

Grilled Yogurt-Spiced Leg of Lamb & Pearl Couscous Salad

Grilled Yogurt-Spiced Lamb

Update: You can vote here: 2012 O-Lamb-Pics. Mine is the 4th one down! Thank you!

Well, here is my entry to the Fans of Lamb Summer O-LAMB-pics grilling recipe contest. This recipe features a boneless leg of lamb and although I have never grilled a leg of lamb before (I’ve only oven-roasted), I decided to throw caution to the wind and give it a try. And, I think it turned out pretty delicious.

I used a sort of Moroccan and Indian-influenced spice blend with some yogurt as a marinade and paired the . . . → Read More: Grilled Yogurt-Spiced Leg of Lamb & Pearl Couscous Salad