I know. It’s exciting. Hard to remain calm. Gorgonzola and figs? Like what? You must continue…
I came across this amazing, deliciousness of a recipe on a blog that, surprisingly, is actually not too difficult to make. If you have successfully (I use this adverb loosely, meaning you have never destroyed a dish) that involves kitchen twine/string, then this dinner entree is very doable.
My only one suggestion to improve this is to add more cheese, but I am a cheese addict, so take my advice as you will.
I now present to you….the pork tenderloin of glory.
This past weekend we went skiing at Winding Trails located in in Farmington, CT and let me tell you, it was fantastic! If you live in CT and enjoy XC skiing, you know how annoying it is to drive for 3 + hours to get to a decent XC ski center. Who has time for that? Thus why Winding Trails is amazing.
I know, you’re probably thinking, “Seriously, how good could the skiing actually be?” Well after a heavy snowfall of say a foot or more, like we just had, the trails are surprisingly good! In CT – who knew?! There’s a variety of trails, including a skater’s loop that runs the outer edge of the property.
So if you enjoy XC skiing, but don’t have the time to spend 6 hours driving round trip to a ski center, I highly recommend Winding Trails.