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The Pork Supper You Just Might Make Every Single Week
There's no need to reserve pork tenderloin for dinner parties or holidays when it's such a breeze to make. Just remember to turn on the oven before you begin any of the prep; so, by the time you're ready to slide the seasoned pork and a dozen, or so, whole cloves of peeled garlic into the oven, it will be nice and hot. The metal pan will give the meat a golden and lightly crisped edge; and, within about 20 minutes, you'll have a tray full of juicy, tender pork and spreadable garlic that's mellow-tasting and ridiculously good with the meat, or spread onto bread.

Get the recipe: Roasted Pork Tenderloin and Garlic