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Thrifty Cooking – How to Sear and Slice Pork Tenderloin

Take advantage of low Pork prices and stock up if you can. Freeze it, cure it, we’ll show you how. These low Pork prices will not last forever. In this Thrifty Cooking Solution we present how to prepare a Thrifty, but high quality cut -Pork Tenderloin. Enjoy! www.ThriftCultureNow.com

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13 thoughts on “Thrifty Cooking – How to Sear and Slice Pork Tenderloin

  1. Anon.R.mous says:

    But definitely bad for all the INDEPENDENT local contractors who want to remain independent local contractors — not become slaving whores within a corporate hierarchy.More like subcontractors. Same thing Sears does with it's home improvement stuff they do. You do know that Sear also does home improvements with local subcontractors right…….oh you didn't… I'm sorry.

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  3. Mike says:

    As English words go, “debacle” is fine one!

    Yeah, I've dabbled with “cooking” here and there, as an abstract thing (like, a cooking phase) in pre-tiny farming life. This year, though, I'm finally getting around to collecting recipes, trying them, and giving out my favorites with the veggies I'm growing. I think cooking is a natural development from growing food in a hands-on way, whether you ever “liked” cooking or not…

  4. Daniel says:

    Nice work! I want to write a script similar to this to setup my slice the way I need it. I often screw something up on my slice and have to rebuild it so a script like this will save an incredible amount of time. How long did it take you to write and debug this script? Did you have to keep rebuilding the slice each time something wasn't quite right?

  5. Laura says:

    Wow – this sounds really good. I love the Cooks Illustrated cookbooks and in fact just made a beef tenderloin last week using one of their recipes… delicious!!

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    It smells like pot outside of the Hilton

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  13. tgirsch says:

    Bayless' mole poblano recipe is a go-to when I need a “wow.” But instead of serving it over turkey breast, as his recipe calls for, I go with pork tenderloin, and I brine the tenderloin with cinnamon and anise to tie the flavors of the mole into the meat.

    I've been doing a lot of home canning; I should see if I can find a technique to safely can home-made mayo.

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