While visiting my parents over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, my mom introduced me to Emeril Lagasse’s recipe for roasted pork tenderloin with an apple cider glaze and braised cabbage. OH.MY. I don’t even have words because this was beyond delicious. For the pork, I used my favorite United Harvest meat, which is free of hormones, feed additives, and unnecessary antibiotics, AKA incredibly flavorful and juicy. If you want to have the same delicious experience, you can purchase the pork here, using discount code SWEET for 5% off your order. Highly recommend!
Soooo, this chicken sandwich took me three hours to make, but it was completely worth it–I swear! The sandwich and all of its components were delicious. I just hope you’re not afraid of getting a little messy, because you’re bound to end up with slaw on your hands and dressing on your face!
So, there’s a chance I’m going to marry this fried chicken sandwich. It is the epitome of perfection, with its juicy and crispy chicken, spicy mayo, crunchy slaw and toasty, buttered bun. I made these sandwiches the other night for my boyfriend and good friend, and they both gave the sandwich two thumbs up. Luckily, there were leftovers, so I’ll be enjoying this for lunch today. :-)
Finally, I bring you a light and health(ier) dish. Considering my hectic work schedule this week, I’ll need to focus on eating fresh meals like these fish tacos.
My firm is hosting the Michael Jackson hand and footprint ceremony at the Grauman’s Chinese Theatre this Thursday. So, if you’re in the Los Angeles area, we’d love to have you there! Geni?? ;)