I heard a beautiful song, Soundtrack.
But.. as usual, any information about what song it is and who was presenting this song ( is this not unlawful?!)
Anyway. I wanted to know.
I brought a computer . Throw front of the television. Reversed film.
Opened midomi.com, but… some problems with microphones and I failed. No result.
But, wait, I have a phone and SoundHound!
No results. Saying the program.
I am trying to song it by myself, but 12 years as chorist is nothing. Program does not recognize my song.
I scroll the film back and forth.. and finally!
at least! program saying to me: Why worry? This is Dire Straits and Brothers in Arms.
Yesss!! I am happy and start to listen to.. Brothers in Arms.
BUT. This is NOT THIS song!!?
Next attempt and second attempt. And no result,
Only consolation, my dear,
Why worry? xvihoqcb…. Yes, I AM worry !!!!!! Because… I want to know what song it is ?!
Finally I tried some other song… and
this was the song title…
” Why worry”…. 🙂 🙂
So, do not worry about rhubarb, I have one more recipe 🙂
Pork tenderloin with Rhubarb and Horseradish
A light and simple recipe for a dinner.
- ca 400 g pork tenderloin
- 1 tablespoon horseradish, grated
- 1 cup peeled and chopped rhubarb
- salt, pepper, honey
- oil and butter
- Trim tenderloin of fat and any silver skin and pat dry with a paper towel.
- Squeeze rhubarb little bit, to get juicy. Mix salt, pepper, oil, horseradish and rhubarb in small bowl. If rhubarb is very sour, add some honey, as well.
- Rub mixture over meat. Let season at least 1 hour. Or refrigerate overnight.
- Dry meat from marinade. Heat oil and brown meat on all sides. melt butter and dip meat with butter.
- Place meat in the oven and bake 170 C for 20 minutes ( while inner temperature ca 75 C)
- For sauce use or: Rinse frying pan and add marinade. If needed add some chopped onions, honey, add more rhubarb, apple juice. reduce and season.