Cathryn Herbst

Cathryn Herbst

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Prep the night before, start cooking in the morning, and it will be ready when you get off work. Or prep it and cook on high for a hearty...

Prep the night before, start cooking in the morning, and it will be ready when you get off work. Or prep it and cook on high for a hearty...

NYT Cooking: The allspice is really what makes this recipe, adapted from “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” by Julia Child, which was featured in a New York Times article about readers’ favorite recipes from her cookbooks. It is a simple process: make a dry rub, cover a well-marbled pork loin with it for at least 6 hours, and then roast or grill the meat. A few minutes’ pr...

NYT Cooking: The allspice is really what makes this recipe, adapted from “Mastering the Art of French Cooking” by Julia Child, which was featured in a New York Times article about readers’ favorite recipes from her cookbooks. It is a simple process: make a dry rub, cover a well-marbled pork loin with it for at least 6 hours, and then roast or grill the meat. A few minutes’ pr...

NYT Cooking: Here's a surprising and flavorful way to prepare tenderloin, one of the leanest and most economical cuts of pork. Brown the whole tenderloin. Let it rest for a few minutes, so the meat firms up a bit. Then slice the tenderloin into medallions, about an inch thick. Brown the slices on both sides and top with a quick French-style sauce made of heavy cream and Dijon%2...

NYT Cooking: Here's a surprising and flavorful way to prepare tenderloin, one of the leanest and most economical cuts of pork. Brown the whole tenderloin. Let it rest for a few minutes, so the meat firms up a bit. Then slice the tenderloin into medallions, about an inch thick. Brown the slices on both sides and top with a quick French-style sauce made of heavy cream and Dijon%2...