Friday, August 30, 2013

Pork and Apples Oh My!

So I thought it would be fun to try slicing up apples, slitting pork tenderloin and putting the apples slices right in it to bake.


I thought it was really pretty good. It did take longer to bake; than what the directions said.

Once it came out of the oven Isaak said, "Awww...I don't want my apples like that!" Mica said, "I don't like cooked apples!"

Here I was excited about this meal. Everyone else was down in the dumps about it. Have you ever had that happen to you?

I made a big pan of veggies to. The veggies were: Zucchini, Tomatoes (out of our garden), an onion, a red bell pepper and a cove are garlic.


9 comments:

mail4rosey said...

I'm the world's worst cook (and do all of the cooking) so it happens to me a lot. ;)

Sorry the boys didn't like your meal. Did you and your husband like it?

~ Noelle said...

sorry they werent excited about it... looks great though.. how did it all turn out?

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Children can be such harsh critics when it comes to dinner!

Optimistic Existentialist said...

When you squint yor eyes it looks like the top of a football - the laces. Can you see it?? Or am I just crazy? Wait, don't answer that.

Theresa said...

My girls are the exact same. They HATE cooked fruit and veggies and will bitch to no end when I make them. Drives me bonkers, for sure!

I think your dinner looks delish! Sorry they weren't having it though :(

Joyce Lansky said...

Apples are good on everything.

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kewkew said...

It is definitely very frustrating when the children don't appreciate what I have worked hard on. I think that looks really good. How did it taste?

Masshole Mommy said...

I hate cooking nice meals and then no one appreciates all the work I did - and that is why I don't make extensive meals that often anymore.

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

I did some pork with cranberries last week and it didn't turn out so good.

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