(note: I made this title because it says I will get more blog hits with a title like this)
Have you ever asked someone what they like to do for fun, and they’re like “Omg, I’m a total foodie. I just loooove food”? Well, I hate that person. Seriously, everyone says it these days. It’s like saying you like music or breathing. You know what a-hole? Eating isn’t a hobby and it doesn’t make you unique! Who the F doesn’t like food?! It’s food. We all eat it. We all enjoy it. The only people who don’t enjoy it have TLC specials about how much toilet paper or couch cushion they eat.
The whole point of this little rant is a segue for me to talk about how much I love food. Seriously. I love it like it was a person. And I am always hungry. People think I’m crazy because as I am eating my dinner, I will be talking about what I will be eating for breakfast the next day. I can have eaten a 5-course meal and be having a food baby, but I still want to talk about the great dinner I’m going to have the next night. Also, if I don’t eat I get mean. My bf calls it hangry. I use it as an excuse a lot. “No, I’m not being a bitch, I’m just hungry, you idiot! Feed me!”
Today, every time I have eaten, I have thought about the dinner I had a couple nights ago. It was super fabulous delish. A little concoction I came up with myself (and you’ll see, it’s really original and I am pretty amazing for thinking of combining all these ingredients that in no way go together). Oh, and all the ingredients are from Trader Joe’s, so that’s cool.
Delicious Yummy Amazing Easy Pork Tacos
1 garlic and peppercorn marinated pork tenderloin (if you don’t go to trader joe’s, you can get a regular pork tenderloin and just put salt and pepper on it. It will still be good)
1 red bell pepper, thinly sliced
1 white or yellow onion, thinly sliced
salt and pepper
1 avocado, sliced
Toss the pepper and onion strips with olive oil and salt and pepper. Put in a glass baking dish and bake at 400 for about 30 min. In the meantime, grill the pork on the grill for about 20-30 min. When done, cover loosely with foil and let sit for about 10 minutes. Thinly slice the pork. Heat corn tortillas. Top with sour cream, avocado, pepper and onion mixture and pork. Stuff in your face.