I have always said that I am horrible at styling. I always feel like my bookcases are a hodgepodge of stuff. My mantle is always a work in progress. But this time, I think I got it right. This time I am proud of myself. And I wanted to share with you the foolproof steps I discovered about styling a china cabinet!
If you are like me, you don’t always want to serve your family the same things, over and over. Especially with such a food-centric holiday like Thanksgiving. I mean, it’s all about counting your blessings – being able to afford food, have shelter and be loved by your family – so we should all enjoy a large meal in our cozy home surrounded by our loved ones. And although we can’t get rid of the turkey (that would be terrible!) we can swap out our side dishes once in a while. This year I will make butternut squash risotto. It is such a delicious and creamy dish. Satisfying and flavorful, this dish truly showcases one of Fall’s best bounties, squash!
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I told you I was working on giving my blog a new look. Well, I also want to give my weekly menu a new look. I am planning on moving it to my side bar. Don’t fret! I will still do it each week, it just won’t be its own post. It will be over to the side, easily accessible each and every time you visit my blog! How convenient is that?!
I’m giving myself, well, my blog, a new look. Please bear with me as I work out all the kinks and make some changes! Let me know what you think!
I came up with this super easy recipe last week. My children gobbled it up like they were hungry beasts. Well, they kind of are…. Anyhow, this is the most simple and flavorful pork loin I have ever made. And you probably have everything to make it in your house right now. Enjoy my Dijon Brown Sugar Pork Tenderloin.
POSTED IN: apples, dijon, dinner, easy recipe, meal, pork, pork roast, pork tenderloin, recipe, roast, tenderloin