Pork Tenderloin with Apricot Salsa

Posted by Wine & Spice on 6/27/2018 to Beef, Pork & Lamb


I adore pairing savory with a sweet component. A perfect example is this wonderful pork tenderloin with a sweet and spicy apricot salsa. Pork lends itself so well to a sweet accompaniment. The pork tenderloin needs to marinate for 4-24 hours. Also, remember when you are cooking a loin, that you need to cook all four sides.  


To season the pork tenderloin today I used Fabulous Fajitas. This adds such a great depth of flavor! Might just be one of my new favorites for South of the Border cooking. This blend is hand crafted using cumin, Mexican oregano, sea salt, red pepper, black pepper, garlic, coriander, paprika, white pepper, cinnamon, rosemary, marjoram, cardamom and basil. Truly fabulous in any South of the Border recipe.


A nice cold Tecate pairs really well with this dish.


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Everything Better Smoked Salmon Flatbread

Posted by Wine & Spice on 6/14/2018 to Appetizers

It has been ridiculously hot in my neck of the woods, almost 100 for weeks! As someone who loves to cook I was trying to be creative for a fun and delicious cool meal, yet not too filling! My family loves lox and bagels, so this is a play on that breakfast favorite.


This would be fantastic on a brunch table as it is amazing at room temperature, or as a light lunch or dinner.


I bought a blend called Everything Better. Wow, so good! This is made by hand blending delicious California grown and roasted garlic, onion, poppy seed, both white and black sesame seeds and kosher salt. Really tastes just like a bagel. This blend is great sprinkled on chicken, avocado toast, eggs, veggies and salads.


A chilled Mimosa would be a perfect match for this dish.


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Baked Mozzarella Crusted Chicken

Posted by wine & Spice on 6/7/2018 to Chicken & Poultry

I was in a hurry for a quick dinner tonight and wanted chicken. I also had some fresh mozzarella that I needed to use. I decided to bake the chicken with Johnny Pizza and then top with the mozzarella. The result was a wonderful tasting chicken, moist and very flavorful.


Johnny Pizza is another spice blend that is extremely versatile. It is hand blended with Mediterranean oregano, basil, garlic, onion, thyme, fennel seed, red bell pepper, crushed red pepper, parsley and marjoram. It is great to sprinkle on a pre-made pizza, fantastic in a sauce, or my personal favorite—bake it into a homemade crust! So good!


I served it with Italian Baked Rice. Another super simple recipe!


A glass of Chianti was delightful with these dishes.



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Cauliflower Mushroom Risotto

Posted by Wine & Spice on 6/6/2018 to Veggies!

I love substituting cauliflower for many different starches. Today I decided to try my hand at a risotto using Johnny Pizza. This flavorful mix is hand blended with Mediterranean oregano, basil, garlic, onion, thyme, fennel seed, red bell pepper, crushed red pepper, parsley and marjoram. Fabulous as an Italian blend or amazing in your pizza sauce or my favorite—bake it into the crust! You can also use it to add pizzaz to a frozen pizza.


You can vary this recipe to accommodate any diet. I used parmesan cheese but you can use brewers yeast just as well. If you are using real cheese make sure you get a chunk of parmesan and freshly shred for the recipe, it makes all the difference!


This risotto is so rich and creamy! You will not miss the rice.


A nice glass of Chianti Classico tasted fabulous with this dish.



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