If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll see that I don’t post many desserts (the most recent was oats & cranberry bars back in March) and if I do it’s usually ones that are easy to make. My sweet tooth tends to gravitate to things such as blue cheese with fruit and a glass of port, sherry, or ice wine. Of course I have made my fair share of desserts over the years but I much prefer to focus around the appetizer and main meal. I find I’m pleasantly satiated and to make room for dessert doesn’t make sense. Continue Reading →
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On wintery, cold days a citrus salad is an easy way to bring a bit of sunshine to your dinner table. Add roast pork tenderloin (aka fillet) and you have a meal that’s light, scrumptious, and can be easily made any night of the week. Pork tenderloin, a very tender cut of meat, is a good source of protein, low in fat, and more B vitamins than many other types of meat…check! for all who are into the New Year with weight loss goals. Continue Reading →
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