These bacon wrapped and peach glazed pork tenderloin medallions were just about as simple as it gets. I really wish I had a good story to go along with this recipe just to make it interesting to read. Alas, I … Read the rest
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This was super simple, looked impressive and tasted great. Went great with a little potato salad.
The pork tenderloin was brined overnight (1 pint water, 2 Tbls kosher salt, 3 Tbls brown sugar), dried off and cooked on a hot … Read the rest
This was another very tasty tenderloin that I cooked a few weeks ago. There really isn’t anything remarkable about the recipe; it is a nice solid go-to sort of thing. The main reason I am posting this one is to … Read the rest
But first a picture of something I think is beautiful. It tastes just like a white cauliflower but is so much prettier.
I have been playing around with agave nectar for the past few weeks as a substitute for honey. … Read the rest
Combine the BBQ bath and water in a 1 gallon Zip-Lock bag. Add a tenderloin (silverskin removed) to the bag, expel as much … Read the rest
This weekend was a holiday and since I had the time I went a little over the top with this guy.
- 8 oz portabella mushrooms
- 3 oz blue cheese
- 4 strips of cooked bacon
I gave the mushrooms … Read the rest
Here is another good way to cook a tenderloin; baked with an herbed honey mustard marinade.
- 2 Tbls honey
- 2 Tbls Dijon mustard
- 2 Tbls olive oil
- 1 Tbls red wine vinegar
- 2 tsp Italian seasoning (dried marjoram,
One of the fun things about pork tenderloins is that you get two in a pack. This lets you make two different recipes at once if you are experimentally inclined.
For the brine:
I have a … Read the rest
A great pork tenderloin marinade is as follows:
- ½ cup of Jack Daniels
- ½ cup of canola oil
- ½ cup Creole mustard
- ½ cup brown sugar
- 1 tsp each of salt, black pepper and thyme
If you are wary of … Read the rest