If you're expecting company (or even if you're not) these beef tenderloin recipes make a really impressive platter to serve for dinner. This cut of beef is tender, juicy, and perfect to use on sandwiches, appetizers, and of course, by itself as the main dish. Great sauces really bring out the flavor of this irresistible cut of beef and serve to catapult this dish to new heights. Impressive enough for a holiday or special occasion, but versatile enough for a weeknight, these beef tenderloin recipes are bound to become family favorites.
So you have a hoary bottle of cooking wine kicking around your pantry. It’s probably taking up a good amount of space, and you’d heard that it might be good for only a year or so after opening. Maybe yours has been there for a couple years, or perhaps it’s brand-new—but either way, is it worth keeping, or should it go down the drain? And what exactly is “cooking wine,” anyways? Let’s take a closer look.
Ya know, I bet it’s actually really difficult to carry a giant stuffed critter, chocolates, and flowers to your significant other's door. And good luck writing a poem that rhymes. But the hardest part of all? Figuring out where to eat. Which in my humble, unbiased opinion, is the most important detail of a date night.
If you’re planning to go somewhere you’ve never been; you’re taking a chance. If you go somewhere that you typically go, it doesn’t feel like a special occasion.