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The Old Guy … Cooking Something Different … #20


.The Old Guy … Cooking Something Different … #20

Thursday Menu

Two-step Pork Tenderloin browned on each side then placed in oven and baked for twenty minutes at 350 degrees. Oven time should be adjusted to oven type and tenderloin thickness in order to not overcook meat. 

Milk with two teaspoons of cornstarch is slowly stirred into a stick and three-quarters of melted butter.

Boiled and drained Bow Tie Pasta covered and slow cooked in Garlic Butter Sauce until completely saturated. 

Plated! Two-Step Pork Tenderloin, Buttered fresh Sweet Corn and Bow Tie Pasta with Garlic Butter Sauce.

The Garlic Butter Sauce was a luxurious addition to the Bow Tie Pasta. It was thick and creamy and a welcome success to bounce out of a string of less than desirable, and edible menu failures. The only adjustment that needs to be made to the recipe is halving the ingredients including the amount of pasta. I ate Bow Tie pasta leftovers for three and a half days. 


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Author: geezer94

I was told by my grandfather that if you are destined to hang you'll never drown. I have never been afraid of water . . .

8 thoughts on “The Old Guy … Cooking Something Different … #20

  1. The meal was a welcomed success and so is your blog! Thanks for another great post!

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    • Thank you so much Ms Cattal … I am thinking of several more recipes. I’ve had such a run of disasters lately I was starting to get discouraged. g


  2. Looks delish!!!! With all of the right ingredients there, it has to be!!!

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  3. Looks like a tasty success! All the pasta would’ve put me in a napping state…wait, I always fall asleep after dinner!! Did you give Kat some pork fat scraps?

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    • This was good Ms Shelley but no scraps for Kat. I’m trying to keep her treats limited to Tuna and packaged cat treats. Also, this is pork tenderloin with almost no fat at all. I need to get some scrappy pork steaks and she would go wild over those scraps. Thanks for your comment. g


  4. Have you ever had Olathe sweet corn from Colorado? It’s delicious!


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