When I see a good thing that has potential to be great, I'm not one to give it up. I'm super stubborn like that. Always have been, most likely always will be.
And with that, behold: roasted garlic and herb pork tenderloin. You make it just like the basic roasted recipe, only you swap out the seasonings with this Weber shaker of goodness. Warning: you'll probably be vampire free for quite some time after making this. You're welcome.
If you're looking for something super easy with a hint of "DUDE. I made this. I am SO much more awesome than I was before I made this!".... you've come to the right place. Five minutes prep, thirty minutes in the oven and BAM. You're amazing.
In fact, you're so amazing, I'm going to go ahead and say you've earned a glass or three of wine to drink whilst your awesome creation is in the oven.
And while you're at it, stick a can of french cut green beans in a pot with some crushed black pepper and heat them up. Why french cut? They look super fancy and they're typically about 20 cents less per can than regular green beans. Yup.