While the pork ended up being tasty, when I got home it was not yet defrosted and made me wait longer for dinner. I decided to smother it in honey mustard dressing, which was not the best idea because it browned much faster than the pork defrosted. When I went to eat, the pork piece that I chose was less than 1/2 meat and mostly fat. Yuck. The sweet potato turned out delicious. I make the best sweet potato fries if I do say so myself.
Sweet Potato Fries:
Cut the sweet potato into similar sized fry shapes, and put into a bowl. Pour olive oil over the top and mix with a spoon to cover the sweet potatoes. Pour cornstarch, salt, and pepper on top in whatever amounts you prefer. Mix again with the spoon to coat. Place the fries in a single layer on a baking sheet and put in the oven at 350 degrees until a fork easily cuts the sweet potato.
I wanted an easy vegetable, so I took a small amount of my coleslaw lunch mix and put the honey mustard dressing on top. This is not a very good mix, at least with the dressing that I had used. I ate it, but not very happily. Now we know.
Now onto dessert!
I had some leftover coconut and some chocolate that had gotten melted out of shape in my car, so what better to make than almond joys!
Go to the gluten free blondie blog for the delicious recipe http://www.glutenfreeblondie.com/2012/06/recipe-homemade-dark-chocolate-almond.html