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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2004/12/02 13:54:42 (permalink)
Too far east, I'd say, but.....

Indianapolis aint all that far away.....and some of them are there.

Also, here's a few in Ohio that seem to have good tenderloins
http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=517
http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Overview.aspx?RefID=603
http://www.roadfood.com/Reviews/Writeup.aspx?ReviewID=521&RefID=521
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2004/12/02 14:18:27 (permalink)
Muzzie Feroni's Freeway Cafe in Butte MT! Blows Johns away! Plus they have beer. Nothing like a "Wop Chop" (Muzzies term for the pork chop sandie) and a bottled Miller Highlife to make your day.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2004/12/02 14:48:12 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Macdaddy

Muzzie Feroni's Freeway Cafe in Butte MT! Blows Johns away! Plus they have beer. Nothing like a "Wop Chop" (Muzzies term for the pork chop sandie) and a bottled Miller Highlife to make your day.


I believe the "butte pork chop" is a little different from the Midwestern Tenderloin. I'm not sure of the specific difference, but they are different, I'm sure some one else could explain the difference.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2004/12/02 15:14:59 (permalink)
I like that Tenderloin belt term, WJ. That just about gets it right, especially if you soft focus the edges.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2004/12/02 18:06:26 (permalink)
Thanks, TJ for the links. My mouth waters just looking at those pictures. I have had a tenderloin at Symmes Tavern in Fairfield. Not the best, but good enough and I get it everytime I go there.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2006/05/17 19:27:18 (permalink)
Hey all, im new here but had to make a post on this subject. I live in Anderson IN which is just about a half hour north of Indy. I wa sborn in a small town called Fairmount just north of Anderson. Its also the hometown of James Dean. There is a bar in that town aptly named The Giant. Im quite the tenderloin conoseur and they have the best ive ever had. If you get a chance stop in sometime and pick one up, they are cheap and way more than you cna eat in one sitting. Another good time to stop in is the last weekend of September. Its the annual James Dean Festival, lots of classic cars and a great small town fair atmosphere.

As for the ones I make, i agree you have to use pork tenderloin and make it as think as possible. I actually like a beer batter on mine, and deep fry it till its golden brown. Doesnt get much better than that!
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2007/04/19 09:06:14 (permalink)
Having grown up in Iowa myself, there are tons of good places to get tenderloins... some of the best I have had though, were in Missouri. Check out a bar in St Joseph, Missouri called "Bottoms Up". They have an Entire menu on differant types of tenderloins.

I personally reccomend the momma Ester... Buttermilk soak, flour breading.

BTW, St Joseph is just north of Kansas City on I-29 (about 1 hour south of Council Bluffs/Omaha), and intersects with Highway 36.

For my preferance, I always get the Lettuce/Onion/Tomato/Pickle on mine, with Thousand Island Dressing.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2007/05/08 00:27:42 (permalink)
I grew up outside of Boston where there is no such thing as a pork tenderloin sandwich. The first one I ever had was at Nick's Kitchen in Huntington, IN. I LOVED IT. It is still one of the best I've ever had. I was actually surprised with the one I had at the Aristocrat in Indianapolis. It almost tasted healthy it was so fresh.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2007/05/08 00:59:39 (permalink)
Southeast Alabama Pork Tenderloin Sandwich :
Hot split cathead biscuit,milk gravy,and piece of fried pork tenderloin...Heaven!
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2008/12/16 13:04:22 (permalink)
In Des Moines, Iowa I would have to say the best breaded pork tenderloin sandwich is at B&B Grocery. I love them. The sandwiches at B&B are called Killer Sandwiches. They have a pretty cool menu...Killer this and Killer that. In fact, I think you can hit their menu at killerdeli.com. I just double checked at that is the correct address. Pretty unique for a neighborhood grocery store.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2008/12/17 12:49:16 (permalink)
Not traditional but I like them with Heinz 57 on them. Anyone else tried it that way?
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2008/12/17 13:11:31 (permalink)
No. Mustard, ketchup, and a mess of hamburger pickles is how we grew up eating these. Dipping the side in more ketchup.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2008/12/17 19:34:24 (permalink)
On a pork tenderloin sandwich it is usually mustard or mayo as the consensus choice. Seldom ketchup. In saying that I had a tenderloin today with BBQ sauce that was standard with the offering.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2008/12/17 21:15:18 (permalink)
Lettuce, Tomato and Mayo
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2008/12/17 21:51:35 (permalink)
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Originally posted by Davydd

On a pork tenderloin sandwich it is usually mustard or mayo as the consensus choice. Seldom ketchup. In saying that I had a tenderloin today with BBQ sauce that was standard with the offering.


How about parm. style...I've made pork cutlets parm style and they were delicious!!!!
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2009/01/15 10:03:44 (permalink)
Here is a link to an interesting sight for PT lovers. Lots of pics, links and even a You Tube tutorial on PT sandwiches.

http://web.mac.com/davydd/Site/Welcome.html
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2009/01/15 11:11:36 (permalink)
BR

Here is a link to an interesting sight for PT lovers. Lots of pics, links and even a You Tube tutorial on PT sandwiches.

http://web.mac.com/davydd/Site/Welcome.html


OK. Now I think we're in an alternate reality
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2009/01/15 11:20:36 (permalink)
bill voss

BR

Here is a link to an interesting sight for PT lovers. Lots of pics, links and even a You Tube tutorial on PT sandwiches.

http://web.mac.com/davydd/Site/Welcome.html


OK. Now I think we're in an alternate reality


Yep.
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2009/01/18 21:26:00 (permalink)
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2009/01/18 21:46:15 (permalink)
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In Des Moines, Iowa I would have to say the best breaded pork tenderloin sandwich is at B&B Grocery.

Amy & I visited B&B last August for a BPT.  It was delicious but not my favorite of the ones we tried.  Its breading was thick and "smooth" after frying, and personally I prefer the thin and "bumpy" textures more.  I loved the personality of B&B, though; the counter guys were joking with us the whole time and gave us samples of new products they were testing out.  I can't wait to return there!    Chris


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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2009/01/20 22:24:46 (permalink)
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Amy & I visited B&B last August for a BPT.  It was delicious but not my favorite of the ones we tried.  Its breading was thick and "smooth" after frying, and personally I prefer the thin and "bumpy" textures more.  I loved the personality of B&B, though; the counter guys were joking with us the whole time and gave us samples of new products they were testing out.  I can't wait to return there!    Chris



The guys at B&B are great.  An article just came out today in the Des Moines Juice about them.  It's that ma & pa feeling that I love.
 
B&B was named one of the manliest places for dudes to eat.  Here's a link....
 
http://desmoines.metromix.com/restaurants/article/dinners-for-dudes/903470/content
 
 
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RE: Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2009/01/21 05:54:05 (permalink)
BR:

Davydd here is the owner of that BPT web site. 


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Re:Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches 2009/01/24 08:29:01 (permalink)
I have eaten several great tenderloin sandwiches in Indy, but last night I hit the jackpot!!
 
We ate at Pat Flynn's Pub at 52nd & Allisonville Rd in Indianapolis.  I had the breaded tenderloin:
 
great egg bun, soft but held together with the tenderloin & all the fixings
 
the tenderloin was about twice the size of the bun, not too thick or too thin, just right, and boy was it "tender", the flouring was crispy & stayed on the meat, obviously they had prepared it properly-flour, egg, & then crumbs.
 
Two others in our group had outstanding hamburgers- my husband had a cheddar & mushroom,freshly sauteed mushroons & mounds of melted shredded cheddar.
 
We shared a basket of beer battered onion rings, just the right amount of batter, crisp & large rings.  I also had a side of great cole slaw.
 
We definetely will be back.  The restaurant has a small bar area & then 2 large rooms with multiple TV's,pool tables,etc.  There were a lot of families- at the table next to us there were 4 generations-baby,mom & dad, grandma & grandpa, great-grandma.
 
 
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