How To Grill Pork Tenderloin – Cooked TENDER and TASTY

Renee HenertCuts of Meat, Grill, Pork, Red Meat Lover ShowLeave a Comment

how to grill pork tenderloin

Today we are featuring one of our favorite cuts of meat, the pork tenderloin! First things first, I want to thank our friends at Porter Road for sending this beautiful piece of pork. This meat is pasture-raised with no added hormones or antibiotics. In fact, they sent quite a few delicious cuts of meat, lamb, shoulder strip steaks (which we … Read More

Air Fried Pork Chop vs Oil Fried Pork Chop, which one is BEST?!

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Today, we’re asking (and answering) an important question. What’s the best way to fry a pork chop? The traditional method with oil or in the air fryer? Let’s Get Fried We are using pork chops that we hand cut ourselves from the larger pork loin. And we’re just going to cook them both with a traditional breading. If you don’t … Read More

Stuffed Pork Loin

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stuffed pork loin

Chimichurri and white cheddar cheese stuffed in a center cut Pork Loin, man I love my job! Today Joey is going to show you how to make this amazing dish that will feed the family, impress the in-laws, or make your wife forget about that third speeding ticket in a month (love you honey!). This is more than a recipe, … Read More

Sous Vide Pork Chop

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Sous Vide Pork Chop

Today we are going to Sous Vide Pork Chop. For those of you who don’t know sous vide in French means “magic juice” or “under vacuum” depending on your regional dialect. To sous vide is to place food in a plastic pouch and cook it in a water bath for multiple hours till the food is perfectly cooked. These Sous … Read More

Panko Crusted Pork Cutlet ‘Sammy

I can’t explain why but, sometimes you just want a piping! hot, delicious sandwich.  Maybe it’s our primal instinct to eat with our hands? (although some would argue the best sandwiches, or ‘sammys, definitely require the use of utensils)  The “on-the-go-ness” convenience of foodstuff itself?  The endless combinations or ease thereof?  Or is it the ability to easily create a balanced ratio of carbs, protein, dairy, … Read More

Crockpot Pulled Pork

Pulled Pork is usually made from a cut from the shoulder and it often called – you guessed it – Pork Shoulder.  But beware, like an elusive con man, this cut of red meat has many aliases – it is also known as  Pork “Butt” (yum, appetizing!), Boston Pork Roast (it is de-boned and wrapped with butcher twine), and Picnic Roast, to … Read More