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Moneyman writes: I ate a burger for lunch (it was Friday!), but I’ve ground beef at home for dinner and want to go in a different direction. Maybe Tex-Mex – I have garlic, avocado, and onions and a full spice drawer.
Tony’s take: It is Friday, so live it up, Moneyman. I’d go soft tacos with what you’ve got – but make them fresh and intensely flavored, not stale like those spice packets from the box. Serve it with … Continue Reading
Montreal Mom writes: I defrosted a pork tenderloin and I’ve had some chipotles sitting in my fridge that I’m working to get rid of. I’m an apartment dweller so I’ll have to broil or saute the pork.
Tony’s take: Those are pretty compatible ingredients; dinner should be easy. The Quebec pork is really good stuff – I’m jealous! I’d guide you to cook it in under the broiler. Marinate it with a basic spice rub for an hour or two … Continue Reading
Sarah C writes: Every year my parents vacation in Hawaii and then send me a case of pineapples. They’re so damn tasty, but I need some new ways to use them up. I always want to make some sort of stirfry – maybe something on the sweet side. Suggestions??
Tony’s take: I think you’re on the right path using the pineapple in a stir-fry (that’s one of the few places that you can use pineapple in savory cooking). My suggestion … Continue Reading