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Instant Pot Garlic Pork Tenderloin


  • 1 pkg Fresh Pork Tenderloin (2 in a pack)

  • 3 tbsp minced garlic

  • 3 tbsp coarsely ground black pepper

  • 1 tbsp brown sugar

  • 1 cup broth

  • 1/4 cup honey

  • 1/4 cup balsamic vinegar

  • 1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce

  • 2 tbsp corn starch


  1. Combine garlic, coarse ground black pepper & brown sugar & rub on the tenderloin.

  2. Add broth, honey, balsamic vinegar, Worcestershire sauce in Instant Pot & whisk to combine.

  3. Add tenderloin to the pot.

  4. Cover, set to seal & cook on manual pressure.

  5. Quick release & remove from pot. (Test temperature – you want 145 degrees)

  6. Add cornstarch to liquid & whisk. Allow sauce to thicken.

  7. Spoon over pork & enjoy with your favorite side dish.

Hello Ladies!!


How many of you stop and take a little "Me" time? If you don't, then you should start.  The people in our household know better than to try and have a conversation with me "Before Coffee".  Just kidding, or am I?   Some of us have that cup of coffee before the daily grind begins.  We use it as our bible study or reflection time and even to pay a few bills or make out the grocery list.

Whatever the case may be, that quiet time is a blessing. It's that time to let the fog clear and settle our minds for the daily task ahead.  The ladies of 798 would like to invite you to join in and give this morning ritual a try if you haven't already.  It's guaranteed to re-wire and re-charge your mind for a more productive day. 


I can smell that wonderful aroma just thinking about it!


                                                                        Thoughts From,

                                                                        Jodi Waeckerle

Howdy Neighbor

Should old acquaintance be forgot,
and never brought to mind?
Should old acquaintance be forgot,
and old lang syne?


Ahhhhhh, can't you hear Mirah Carey's voice now?  Boy, I sure can!!

Happy New Year Everyone!!

It's the time of "out with the old, and in with the new".  The New Year, - "A time to say goodbye, and a time to say hello". There are many many quotes one could use.  And just as many resolutions to be made as well.

.Keep in mind when making those said resolutions, to start small.  Often times we have high expectations and set our goals to high, then when we fall short we become discouraged.  So, for me this year, I have decided to start small.  

First, I want to become devoted to my daily devotions and time with God. 

Second, Is my spouse.  My goal is to truly focus on being more passionate and kind.  

Third, I want to become more involved with family and friends.

Fourth, to be more consistent in my physical fitness. 

And Fith,  I started a new job, and so my goal here is to not jump in to fast like I tend to do.

I know to some this may seem like a lot but to anyone that knows me I am a Full Steam Ahead kinda gal.  So for me, this is doable. 

Remember, start small and keep those goals reachable.  I would love to hear some of your goals, so just click the button below and share away!! The more people we have cheering us on the more drive we will have.

Again, Happy New Year, and I hope it's your best so far!

Jodi Waeckerle

Here's What's in Your Neck of the Woods!

Hello Everyone!  It's a new month and I am just dying to know, "What's in your neck of the woods"?  Click on the "Howdy Neighbor" button above and tell us all about the interesting things in your area!



  •  1 & 1/2 cups champagne

  •  1/2 cup boiling water

  •  1 gelatin packet


  •  1 can sweetened condensed milk

  •  1 cup boiling water

  •  1/2 cup cold water

  •  1 gelatin packet


  •  1 & 1/2 cups champagne

  •  1/2 cup boiling water

  •  1 gelatin packet


  •  gold sprinkles

  •  corn syrup


  1. Gently pour the champagne into a mixing bowl.

  2. Measure out 1/2 cup of boiling water in a separate bowl then add 1 gelatin packet to the water, gently stirring.

  3. Once combined, pour the water/gelatin mixture into the champagne and gently stir.

  4. Divide the champagne jello into glasses. If you want the jello to set at an angle, place the glasses in a muffin or mini muffin pan at an angle to set in the refrigerator.

  5. Once the champagne jello has set, begin to prepare the creamy layer.

  6. In a mixing bowl, combine the sweetened condensed milk and 1 cup of boiling water. Stir to combine.

  7. In a separate bowl, combine the 1/2 cup cold water and 1 gelatin packet. Stir to mix. Allow the gelatin mixture to set for 2-3 minutes.

  8. Pour the gelatin mixture into the sweetened condensed milk mixture and stir to combine.

  9. Divide the creamy layer into the glasses. If you want the jello to set at an angle, place the glasses in a muffin or mini muffin pan at an angle to set in the refrigerator.

  10. Repeat the instructions for the champagne layer to add the final layer to the cups.

  11. To get the gold sprinkles to stick to the rim of the glass you just need a little corn syrup. Place a small amount of corn syrup in a shallow bowl, turn the glass upside down and dip the edge of the glass into the corn syrup.

  12. Then turn the glass upside down into a shallow bowl of sprinkles and the sprinkles will stick! Add the glittery rim after all the jello layers are set.

  13. Serve the jello or refrigerate until ready to serve.

 What do you call the world's smallest Valentine’s Day card?

A valen-teeny.

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