fridays with oscar | pork tenderloin sheet pan and bee’s knees cocktail

  1. Margaret says:

    I love your blog! You do a fabulous job!! Not going to lie…Friday is my Oscar!!!

  2. Cynthia Smith says:

    The ootd, minus the heels, really grabs me! I have a new navy “Chanel” jacket with fringe that I am dying to wear in a week or two when spring decides to stay in NW PA.

    The dinner looks scrumptious, and is something I am going to make for myself on Sunday!! Thanks for the idea.

    Hve a safe & fun trip!

    • Marcia Fishman says:

      Hi Beth – I love your blog and have purchased a lot of what you have worn. I look forward to it. Where are the most current ones? I somehow end up looking at outfits that are from a few years ago.

  3. Janis says:

    That sheet pan dinner sounds wonderful. Can’t wait to try it. Thanks for sharing.

  4. Jo Hildebrand says:

    Confused by the recipe. We’re there steps left out??? Where does the hosin sauce go and are the instructions for the beans, potatoes, or both??? Clarification, please!!!
    Happy weekend.

    • Kathy Brower says:

      The hoisin sauce is brushed over the tenderloins before cooking. I think there was just a major typo in the recipe and potatoes are mixed in the large bowl, not the green beans. I’m going to try this soon. It looks great, and so easy!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      this might help clear things up:
      Arrange green beans in center of baking sheet.
      In the same bowl, toss the potatoes with 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground pepper.
      these two sentences were inadvertently left out of the recipe today. and the hoisin sauce is brushed over the top of the tenderloins as a glaze – the recipe included this step.
      hope this helps!

  5. Julie Mycock says:

    Hi Beth, both yourself and Oscar look very smart, also relaxed and chilled. I will have to try the cocktail and the Pork looks delicious. Enjoy your weekend x

  6. Peggy says:

    Hey Beth, if you make it over to Rosemary Beach we have a place there. Cute boutiques. One of my favorites is in Alys beach called Ann Hartleys. Have fun!!

  7. Jean says:

    Recipe directions don’t make sense ??

  8. Suzi says:

    The recipe is somewhat confusing. I make something similar and the potatoes go in first, then put in meat with green beans going on sheet pan last, otherwise the beans are way too done and potatoes not enough. Just checking as I love sheet pan recipes, clean up a breeze!
    Love the outfit and jackets always look so stylish.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      the great thing about recipes is that they can be tweaked to suit your taste. but this recipe called for the green beans to be placed in the middle, potatoes on the side, and tenderloins on top. that’s the way i assembled the sheet pan then popped it in the oven. the green beans came out yummy. i think the tenderloins protect them from becoming too crisp.

    • Connie says:

      Loving your recipes!! Are they on pinterest?
      You look adorable, think I need a new tweed jacket. As always, I just love your boy, Oscar!

  9. Ellen Baptie says:

    The recipe looks delicious! I think step 2 is confusing. Perhaps it refers to potatoes rather than green beans, as stated? If so, are green beans seasoned before adding to the sheet pan?

    • Beth Djalali says:

      these two sentences were inadvertently omitted:
      Arrange green beans in center of baking sheet.
      In the same bowl, toss the potatoes with 2 tablespoons of olive oil 1/4 teaspoon freshly ground pepper.
      hope this clears things up!

  10. Cindy J. says:

    Love those one sheet pan dinners and yours looks delish! Oscar certainly is handsome in his spring green! I envy your trip to the beach. We are headed to San Diego for Easter week and I am hoping to get some beach time there! Love your style, Beth! 💕

  11. BamaCarol says:

    I love my tweed jackets but had not thought of a graphic tee with them. Need to reevaluate my closet to find one to try out. Thanks for the wonderful ideas! Have fun in Florida!

  12. R Dawson says:

    Very cute! I love the jackets with fringe trim. Need to find one for myself. And the sheet pan recipe sounds great too. Have fun!

  13. kim ollie says:

    Wow, I am definitely trying this recipe! My husband and I love pork roast, looks very easy to do. Also, such a good outfit, beautiful jacket.

  14. Suzanne Smith says:

    Looks yummy. I haven’t made a pork tenderloin in a while. Will have to try this. I love potatoes roasted this way. Have a great weekend!

  15. Jill says:

    I see you already got the changes to the recipe. I tried it today and it is really amazing! I halved it, but I have leftovers as well. I look forward to Oscar and Ollie and love you in my daily inbox.

  16. Kim L says:

    Hi Beth. Made the recipe for dinner last night. Always looking for something new to try. My husband (who can be a picky eater) LOVED it! It was delicious! And very simple to make. Thanks much and look forward to another tasty and simple dish. And as always, I LOVE your outfit ideas.

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