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Tender Pork Tenderloin
with Cumin Carrot Fries:
A Quick Supper Recipe

Happy New Year, everyone! Who's ready to return to the "salad days" of January, food-wise, activity-wise, exercise-wise, work-wise, expense-wise? Wise it is, count me in ... and here's a good place to start, a fast 'n' easy Quick Supper meal that leaves us feeling satisfied and happy. It's an old-old favorite recipe, in fact, the recipe was first published in print in 2003, yikes, that was awhile ago! PS Do not overlook the carrots, so so good! ~ Skip Straight to the Recipes ~
~ Tender Pork Tenderloin ~
~ Cumin Carrot Fries ~


COMPLIMENTS!
"We had [the carrots] for dinner last night - absolutely delicious!" ~ Pille"The carrots are good, but the PORK! Oh, wow." ~ KateC"... it was delicious!" ~ Karen"... it [pork] was absolutely delicious, will be making it this way from now on. So quick and easy." ~ YardSailorAdd yours, leave a comment, below!BEST RECIPES!
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Scandinavian Split-Pea Soup

The classic Scandinavian split-pea soup, usually made with yellow split peas on Thursdays across Sweden and Finland. It's also the traditional Scandinavian supper on the Christian calendar's Shrove Tuesday, the day before Ash Wednesday – what fun-lovin' folk call "Fat Tuesday" or "Mardi Gras". In my kitchen? Scandinavian Split-Pea Soup is a cold-weather staple. ~ Skip Straight to the Recipe ~


How to Warm Your Family From the Inside OutLate-winter, early-spring days are so unpredictable. Some days, the air is almost warm and the earth teases us with a scent of spring promise.Other days – brrr! The daffodils and tulips may poke their little heads out of the ground but it’s downright cold. And windy! Even snowy! Scandinavian Split-Pea soup is an old, old recipe guaranteed to warm your family from the inside out on these last chilly days. I read once, "The bigger the pot, the better the soup!" Well then, no wonder this soup is so good because the …