Welcome to another installation of LAZY KITCHEN. Cooking is often unavoidable (like when you need to impress someone, or you’re too poor to eat out and you’re tired of accepting dinner dates from guys you will never sleep with.) Plus, it can be really fun! Minus the cleanup.

I like to make extravagant four course dinners when I have a lot of time, but lately - with all the demands work has in store... I find myself getting more and more lazy.

For which you will keep reaping the rewards of my inability to manage time properly... I present to you another lazy kitchen recipe. You are going to love how easy this is to make. Just to refresh my memory I prepared it days before we went to press on this baby... It literally took me 10 minutes to prep. (and that was in between mixing myself a nice whiskey drink) It isn’t only easy to make - it truly is amazingly delicious for such a simple recipe with a handful of ingredients.

The first thing you’re going to have to deal with is how to buy PORK. It’s not an easy cut to find because it is one of the most expensive parts of the swine. But if you were smart... I’d shop at an Asian meat market and ask for the pork tenderloin there. DucLoi might have it... (It is about 5-10$ cheaper than at Safeway.)

Follow the simple recipe to the right and get ready to be impressed by your amazing kitchen skills. Just don’t go overboard and decide you can now go to culinary school and open a pop-up restaurant the following day. Let’s be honest - you’re not as great as you think.

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People Issue - Released February 2012
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