Thanks for the replies. I didn't catch your suggestions in time to alter my menu, though.
The risotto turned out so good, it was the best risotto I ever had. I will make it a hundred times again. Can't wait for summer, either, to use my own garden herbs.
The pork was disappointing, though. I knew I wanted to make a sauce for pork tenderloin when I bought the blood oranges, and I found the recipe on epicurious and thought, "perfect!" The reviews were all good, too. It smelled so great basting I couldn't wait to eat it, but the result was just okay. I mean, it didn't taste bad, but it didn't have the "wow" factor you would expect. I also had a hard time coooking down the pan juices. I wanted a nice light consistency.. not syrupy, but not so thin that it would run around the plate and "contaminate" the risotto. Just thick enough to stand on its own, you know? Well, no such luck. I gave up on it after 12 minutes, worried the other menu components would suffer if I reduced any longer.
Oh well, hopefully you like the recipe better than I did. DH enjoyed it. He commented the whole time he was eating on how good it was. DO make the risotto though!