I will rarely post my own recipes on here (probably), mostly because I’m too busy trying new ones all the time. My poor husband. He knows not to get too attached to meals he enjoys because he may never see them again. (I promise I will make the beet burgers again soon!)
Anyway, I had a bag of frozen cherries I wanted to use up and after a short Google search, I found this recipe from Epicurious. If you haven’t gone on Epicurious before, you’re missing out. The site’s recipes are damn good and fairly easy, depending on what you’re going for. I chose this pork tenderloin recipe because pork is inexpensive, it can be relatively healthy, and it made me feel fancy to use the thyme and shallots together. There’s something about both of those ingredients that always makes me feel a little cooler when I use them to cook.
For the recipe itself, please use the link above or here. Just know that it took me longer to cook the pork than the recipe suggested, but the end result was definitely worth the extra time. Otherwise, everything else seemed to go as planned. Also, it made me feel very gourmet to cook this on a weeknight after work. I love cooking after work to totally change up my mental state and just get into what I’m doing in the kitchen.
I hope you try this recipe, it’s so so good. It’s definitely going on my list of things I hope to cook again. Someday.