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This stuffed and rolled pork tenderloin may not be strictly traditional, but it takes all of its inspiration from Italian cuisine. Butterflied and filled with layers of sage and rosemary pesto, fresh mozzarella cheese and prosciutto, then rolled up and roasted to juicy perfection. #recipe

Prosciutto, Mozzarella & Sage Pesto Stuffed Pork Tenderloin

I’m excited to be participating in the Pork and Pinot series that La Crema is hosting this summer.As we move into the season for casual entertaining – think afternoon BBQs and long evenings around the picnic table – it’s a good time to stockpile easy, crowd-pleasing recipes that pair perfectly with juicy, light-bodied Pinot Noirs. A terrific stuffed pork tenderloin fits the bill nicely. Read more

Flavorful al fresco dining doesn't have to be complicated. Toss green and red cabbage together with carrots and bell pepper for a colorful slaw. Then dress with freshly squeezed lime juice and Fish sauce for unexpected zing.

Cabbage Slaw and Chicken Salad with a Thai Twist

Summer is coming and that means brunching, picnics, and potlucks! Surprise and delight your friends and family with a Thai-inspired cabbage slaw and Chopped Chicken Salad or Laab Gai. With relatively little prep, you can please both the meat and seafood lovers sitting down to eat and pair all of their creations with La Crema Monterey Pinot Gris or for the steak lovers, choose a La Crema Pinot Noir.
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Deviled eggs with bacon

Sriracha Deviled Eggs with Crumbled Bacon

If you have ever picked up a vintage cookbook there will undoubtedly be a recipe for deviled eggs. Deviled eggs have been around for years, even decades, and I don’t see them going anywhere. They are a classic appetizer that is perfect for entertaining or just plan snacking. Read more