I belong to the "I-Own-Too-Many-Cookbook-Magazines Club." Over the years, I have bought those handy-dandy magazine storage boxes where I have filed (in chronological order) back issues of my favorite magazines, Fine Cooking, Cuisine at Home, Cook's Country and Cook's Illustrated. But, they just keep sitting where I've stored them, and I forget to use them-- and it's hard to remember which recipes I wanted to make! I had to do something, but what?
For the longest time, I couldn't justify the cost of buying an Apple iPad. Eventually, I began to
Once I downloaded my first digital version of my favorite cooking magazines, I was in awe at how beautiful the digital photos looked! This month's Jan/Feb 2014 issue of Cuisine at Home was loaded with quite a few recipes that I loved. I bookmarked several of them (another useful feature of digital magazines).
Making authentic Cuban pork is on my bucket list, but this quick version seemed like a good place to start-- especially since I'm always looking for fast work night dinners.
The pork tenderloin is seasoned with salt and pepper...