Beef tenderloin is a really special cut of beef we love to indulge with for Christmas. The last time I bought one it was so expensive the butcher had to carry it to the checkout clerk for me! Make that great dinner main its best with side dishes that compliment a meal worthy of a celebration.
Keep some crunch in the meal with fresh greens and salads along side your favorite beef tenderloin recipe. I personally LOVE a charred Caesar you can make right under your broiler or throw on the grill.
Or if you love some southern flair, give a wilted lettuce salad a try. It’s a classic and the balance of the bacon with the vinegar dressing is perfection.
Charred Caesar Salad
A truly fun twist on classic Caesar! A quick roast makes the leaves a little smoky and a simple dressing brings it all together.
A southern classic, wilted lettuce salad was the way grandmothers used to make do with what they had but the combination of bacon grease (yes that’s what I said), vinegar, and sugar makes the most divine dressing served warm over greens.
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