Cut 20 minutes off your dinner prep time with these do-ahead shortcuts, so when it's time to eat, supper's ready in a flash.
By Lynn Andriani
Photo: Quentin Bacon
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The Island Dinner You Can Eat Anywhere
Juicy grilled pork tenderloin gets a burst of flavor from an overnight bath in an herb-packed dressing (a trifecta of cilantro, parsley and thyme) that also has an unexpected sweet hint from orange juice and brown sugar. After 20 minutes (or even less) on a ridged grill pan or outdoor grill, the meat will be slightly crisp on the outside and tender inside.