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    I took this from Leite's Culinaria http://www.leitesculinaria.com/recipes/jbh/sugar_pork.html (It is a part of a recipe by Neal Langermann of Georgia Brown Washington, DC.) He also includes a gravy and a succotash with the tenderloin and you can find those with the link above. Cooking time here includes brining time.

    Recipe #374993

    From Leite's Culinaria http://www.leitesculinaria.com/recipes/jbh/beluga_lentils.html (by Brian Alberg from Terra Mar Grille Saybrook Point Inn & Spa Saybrook, CT) Beluga lentils are small, plump black lentils that are available in specialty gourmet stores. They have a delicate flavor and a slightly firmer texture than small, green French lentils. Though this dish was served alongside Brian Alberg's roasted baby chicken with foie gras stuffing, it is a simple, elegant accompaniment for a multitude of basic dishes. Our recipe tester served it with roasted cod and tomato sauce and was pleased with the way the lentils, fragrant with smoky bacon and herbs, paired with the sturdy baked fish. To increase the yield, simply double or triple the ingredients proportionately.

    Recipe #374992

    This is from the Earthbound Farms Organic Foods website. It says.... Choose baby leaves, 4 to 6 inches in length, for the mildest taste and most tender greens. Mature leaves have a much more pungent flavor and are best boiled until tender. This simple saute takes just a few minutes to cook and makes a lovely accompaniment to roast chicken or steak.

    Recipe #370898

    This is an easy and yummy way to roast eggplant. Sitting in salt then roasting for this amount of time gets rid of the bitterness. You can add the eggplant to pastas, soups, or just eat them right out of the oven!! You can also add a little plain yogurt to them, it's good!!!!

    Recipe #357852

    Found this one on FoodNetwork.com!

    Recipe #357832


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