Yogurt pork loin

The temperature is back down to a normal 75 degrees so I can cook again. Hooray!!

I've got a pork loin that I've slathered in yogurt cheese, (take some yogurt, put it in a coffee filter, suspend it in a strainer over a bowl and wait a day- mix with salt & pepper) and sprinkled with garlic and some fresh rosemary.

I'm going to cook this on the grill after letting it sit for about a day.

Dinner will be the pork, some grilled corn, organic spinach that was on sale, and either bread (If I get out of CT today) or maybe a pasta salad.


'Nuff said


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