Recipe Blog Swap – Kelley from Miss Information

Today’s the day! I’m so excited to be participating in an Old Fashioned Recipe Blog Swap! Julie {White Lights on Wednesday}, Kelley {Miss Information} and Rachel {i love my disorganized life} have paired up 30 incredible bloggers to trade recipes on each others blogs for the day.

I am swapping blogs with Kelley from Miss Information. I just know you’re going to love what she’s got for you today.

I’ll be sharing Mushroom & Goat Cheese Chicken with Easy Pan Sauce on her blog, so be sure to stop by and check it out! If you want to go see all of the recipes in the blog swap be sure to go and visit one of the host’s  Rachel {i love my disorganized life}, Julie {White Lights on Wednesday} or  Kelley {Miss Information}, to see all the recipes linked up in the swap.


Hi I’m Kelley from Miss Information and I am so excited to be swapping recipes with Meghan today. I love The Tasty Fork and Meghan has become such a great friend and support in blog land! I hope you click over to see what Meghan has on my blog today you will stay a bit and visit Miss Information where there’s a little bit of paint, a little bit of food and a whole lot of wine!


OK so I’ll quit pitching myself and get to it. Today I am sharing with you my Tropical Pork Loin. This recipe is great for chicken as well and is one of my families favorites! It is so easy and you most likely have most or all of the ingredients on hand.

Tropical Pork Loin #recipe #pork #grill #marinadeIngredients:

1 2-3 lb pork loin

2 Oranges

2 Lemons

1 teaspoon Garlic

1/2 teaspoon Rosemary

1/2 teaspoon Thyme

1/2 cup Moore’s Marinade

1/4 teaspoon Salt

1/4 teaspoon Pepper

Juice the oranges and lemons and mix the rest of the ingredients in with the juice.  Take a fork and poke holes into your pork loin. Put the loin down in the marinade. Depending on what kind of container you marinate it in you might need to turn it occasionally. Marinate for 4-24 hours. It just depends on how together you are as to how long you get to marinade it! Grill it till it’s 145 degrees and then let sit for about 5 minutes so you don’t loose all the juice!

When I made this last week I served it with my creamy homemade Slow cooker Mac and Cheese, it was a clear winner.


Thanks Meghan for letting me swap recipes with you today and I hope you will all come and check out the other great recipes in the swap today!


4 Responses

  1. Recipe Blog Swap–Meghan from the Tasty Fork says

    […] on her blog I just know you’re going to love what she’s got for you today. I’ll be sharing a Tropical Pork Roast on her blog, so be sure to stop by and check it […]

  2. Bushwacker Cocktail: Coconut, Kahlua, Rum and Ice Cream - Miss Information says

    […] weeks ago we swapped recipes. I co-hosted the Old Fashioned Recipe Swap  and we swapped Tropical Pork Roast and  Mushroom and Goat Cheese Stuffed Chicken with Easy Pan […]

  3. Candy @ Candy Girl says

    Looks delicious! Pork tenderloin is one of my family’s favorites so I’ll definitely give this one a try!

    • admin says

      You can never have too many pork tenderloin recipes :)


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