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plb
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/09 21:29:46
quote:
Originally posted by Davydd

Just a quick note. Unless I venture out local (Minnesota) this weekend my next pork tenderloin sandwich may be in Dallas, TX next week. I may have found an "upscale dive" that serves them.


As a native Hoosier who now lives in the Dallas area, I can't wait to find out.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/09 21:37:09
I'm going to spend 2-3 days in Rock Rapids IA, wherever in the Hell that is, thec 3rd week of Jan. Where can I get some good Roadfood?????
desertdog
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/10 09:56:16
quote:
Originally posted by Foodbme

I'm going to spend 2-3 days in Rock Rapids IA, wherever in the Hell that is, thec 3rd week of Jan. Where can I get some good Roadfood?????


I grew up in that area and can tell you there probably won't be much in Rock Rapids, althoough you never know, look at St. Olaf for example.

Heading into Sioux Falls, SD will be worth your time for good eats, or heading east, it's a straight shot to the "Iowa Great Lakes," where restaurants abound, although many may be closed since the area is a mostly summer vacation destination.

Be on the lookout for Broasted Chicken and, of course Breaded Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches. The steaks and pork chops in this area should also be top notch. Don't be afaid to ask the locals where the best steak house is. EVERYONE knows up in that part of the state where to get good meat. For example, if you are in Spencer for whatever reason, go to Cindy's Steak House, (south side of town on 71, just across from the Wal-mart.)

Good luck FBM, Let me know how you do. Better yet, take your camera along and give us a blow by blow when you get back!
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/10 22:56:33
It just occurred to me that my porktenderloinsandwich.com website will be exactly one year old January 16 and I am tantalizingly close to 10,000 hits. I had no thought about that when I put it up simply because I bought the Apple Mac iLife '06 software package and found out I could create a website and have it up in less than one hour on the internet. Who woulda thunk it? Pork tenderloin sandwiches of all things. When I started it I didn't even have a simple, memorable and recognizable url address so I plunked down $20 to make it easier with porktenderloinsandwich.com.

This pursuit has been kind of fun. It has gotten me to some of the most interesting places from a 100 year old restaurant in Huntington, IN, a gas station in Gnaw Bone, IN, a tiny berg hidden in a valley off a county road in St. Olaf, IA, an ethnic restaurant in South Chicago and a BBQ place you would normally be afraid to venture into in Houston if you were from out of town and unfamiliar with the neighborhood. But the power of the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich lures you. I am sure desertdog can attest to that. It gets you off the freeway on your travels. The emails have been fantastic. I am making wives all over the USA happy they can satisfy their husbands from the Midwest with the gastronomical delight while living in Florida, California or Washington DC.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/13 15:49:29
As I type I just checked and I will make 10,000 hits probably before dinner today on www.porktenderloinsandwich.com. Only 8 away. Oops correct that only 5 away now as I am composing. What happened is the Minneapolis Star-Tribune published an encore of my website because I wrote and thanked the Websearch columnist and he printed an excerpt. It can be found at...

http://www.startribune.com/blogs/websearch/?p=176

Interestingly I am grouped with some rather serious websites and feedback on Iraq, special needs adults and veterans wreaths.

Other news. I added another blog report today on tenderizers. I've used three different kind so far. Two are not conventional.

This coming Thursday night I will be in Dallas. I have a choice of two potential restaurants. I may have to flip a coin.
Iowacafegal
Junior Burger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/13 23:50:49
A Great place to stop and have a Home Made Breaded Pork Tenderloin The Star Lite Room in Cedar Rapids, Iowa Yes your right my home town ( Ask For the Owner Jimmy he makes all his Tenderloins himself Don't forget to tell him Pam from the Iowa Cafe in Mesa ,Az told you about his Place.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/14 00:06:50
quote:
Originally posted by Iowacafegal

A Great place to stop and have a Home Made Breaded Pork Tenderloin The Star Lite Room in Cedar Rapids, Iowa Yes your right my home town ( Ask For the Owner Jimmy he makes all his Tenderloins himself Don't forget to tell him Pam from the Iowa Cafe in Mesa ,Az told you about his Place.


If this message was to me, I won't be anywhere near Cedar Rapids. Do you know of any place close to Rock Rapids? We're flying into Omaha and driving up to Rock Rapids going thru Sioux City.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/14 12:20:00
Foodbme,

Your best bet might be to make a short detour to the Dairy Sweet in Dunlap, IA on US 30 about 40 miles NNE of Omaha. Its breaded pork tenderloin was the 2005 Iowa Pork Board winning sandwich. It would probably add about 23 miles to your total trip if you cut back to I-29 via Hwy 37 out of Dunlap. If the Pork Board judges are any good you should at least be getting one of the best in Iowa that way.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/14 15:00:49
quote:
Originally posted by Davydd

Foodbme,

Your best bet might be to make a short detour to the Dairy Sweet in Dunlap, IA on US 30 about 40 miles NNE of Omaha. Its breaded pork tenderloin was the 2005 Iowa Pork Board winning sandwich. It would probably add about 23 miles to your total trip if you cut back to I-29 via Hwy 37 out of Dunlap. If the Pork Board judges are any good you should at least be getting one of the best in Iowa that way.


THANX!
It will all depend if the flights on time, weather conditions etc, but if we can make it we'll try! Do they have a web site?
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/14 17:31:35
Dairy Sweet in Dunlap, IA has no website that I know of but here is the winning announcement...

http://www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=15422924&BRD=1722&PAG=461&dept_id=111797&rfi=8
Jim Ross
Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/14 19:32:34
I assume you followed Davydd's link, but in case you didn't it says the Dairy Sweet is closed Nov-Feb.
Jim Ross
Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/14 19:34:08
I second Iowa Cafe Gal's recommendation of the Starlight Room in Cedar Rapids. Their tenderloins are excellent. Only warning is it's a tavern and can be smokey.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/14 22:25:22
quote:
Originally posted by Jim Ross

I assume you followed Davydd's link, but in case you didn't it says the Dairy Sweet is closed Nov-Feb.


I read the link but thanx for the heads up. I'll be going up there frequently so I'll catch them later in the year. We have a sister company in Rock Rapids, Alpha Omega Publications, that produces Christian based Computer Curriculums for Christian Schools and Home Schoolers. I know most places up there close this time of the year because they're all down here in AZ. Sucking up the sunshine, Spring training, golf and chasing chicks at the Bingo games at the trailer parks!!! The East Valley of the Phoenix has more Iowanians from Dec to March than Grand Rapids. That's why we have the Iowa Cafe and the Midwestern Meat Market( famous for his Iowa Pork Chops and Pork Tenderloins) plus others.
desertdog
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/16 17:45:49
quote:
Originally posted by Foodbme

quote:
Originally posted by Jim Ross

I assume you followed Davydd's link, but in case you didn't it says the Dairy Sweet is closed Nov-Feb.


I read the link but thanx for the heads up. I'll be going up there frequently so I'll catch them later in the year. We have a sister company in Rock Rapids, Alpha Omega Publications, that produces Christian based Computer Curriculums for Christian Schools and Home Schoolers. I know most places up there close this time of the year because they're all down here in AZ. Sucking up the sunshine, Spring training, golf and chasing chicks at the Bingo games at the trailer parks!!! The East Valley of the Phoenix has more Iowanians from Dec to March than Grand Rapids. That's why we have the Iowa Cafe and the Midwestern Meat Market( famous for his Iowa Pork Chops and Pork Tenderloins) plus others.


Posted this on "where should I eat," but thought I might catch you here also...

FBM,

If you haven't left yet, check out this web site. The Author, Jay, is based in Sibley just down the road from Rock Rapids. I am sure he can give you a few tips on eating up that way, he is a fellow foodie...

http://www.essentialiowa.com/
porkbeaks
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/16 19:37:43
Davydd,
In your travels (especially Iowa), have you ever come across a BPT that was instead called a "skinny"? There a recipe in the new Cook's Country and that's what they say the Iowans call it. The recipe doesn't call for a buttermilk soak and the crumb mixture is a combo of bread/saltines, but otherwise it sure sounds like the BPT. -pb
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/16 20:48:48
porkbeats,

This is the first time I have heard of it as the Iowa Skinny. Sounds like they beat it thin, fry it and it becomes kind of crispy. The Joensy BPT I had was kind of like that. Here is the recipe from Cook's Country...

Crispy Iowa Skinny

An Iowa skinny is a fried pork sandwich that’s as good as it is simple to make—it starts with a pork tenderloin that is pounded thin, lightly breaded and fried. A skinny is traditional served on a soft bun with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise. But while nearly every recipe for this regional favorite agrees on the meat (pork tenderloin) and the method (pounded extra-thin and shallow fried), there is little agreement regarding the best way to achieve the requisite golden brown, crunchy coating. Here’s how we did it:

Test Kitchen Discoveries

For the coating, we settled on a mixture of flour, egg, and both breadcrumbs and Saltine cracker crumbs. -
Adding mayonnaise to the egg mixture added a nice richness and sweet tang that enhanced the pork flavor without weighing down the crust.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/20 15:11:06
I went down to Dallas, TX and sampled a breaded pork tenderloin sandwich at the Lakewood Landing, an "upscale dive" in northeast Dallas. It was a true midwest type sandwich. It is already up on my Pork Tenderloin Sandwich Blog site and here is the bar's website...

http://www.lakewood-landing.com./

Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/21 21:16:35
Enough with the pizza porn. Yes, I do other things as well. Check out that thread on Roadfood.com.

Last night we went to Grumpy's Bar in downtown Minneapolis. I'd never been there even though I work downtown because it would be about a 2 mile hike from my office. We planned to get there at 5:30 PM thinking that is how you beat the dinner crowd. The streets were jammed and there was a guy with a flag waving us to a parking lot with a $15 sign. I asked what was up and he said are you here for the Monster Trucks? No, we just want to go to Grumpy's. He then said we would be better off parking on the street at the meter (right in front of us and the last one). Grumpy's is in the shadows of the Metrodome where the Vikings and Twins play.

When we got to the bar the place was packed. It was fathers and preteen sons all over. They were having dinner before going to what else, Monster Trucks!!! That's what fathers and sons do. Minneapolis is a non-smoking city and bars are now kind of kid friendly because the price of bar food is just right.

Every table was taken. This is not a place where a hostess seats you. You just find an opening. We decided to sit right at the bar at two empty stools, a big rectangular bar in the center of the space. Two bartender ladies were manning the bar. I never saw two bartenders work so hard. They were going at top speed to get the drinks out. Fortunately for us (me and the Mrs.) we were in no hurry. We relaxed and watched the bartendering show along with a Gopher/Denver college hockey game on the TV. When they took our orders they said it would probably take 1-1/2 hours because of the unusual rush. No problem for us. We drove 25 miles one way for this tenderloin.

The pork tenderloin sandwiches actually came to us within one hour of ordering so all was well. The sandwiches were very good. When I started this pursuit I did not think breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches were all that common in Minnesota yet here we were eating the 19th Minnesota tenderloin just two miles from my office. But then again most of the places we sampled we probably would have never ventured into had it not been for the pursuit.

The beer in the picture is a pint of Surly Brewing Co. Bender. Surly is a fairly new micro brewery in the Twin Cities. That was my first and it was very good. The Mrs. had Summit Ale the staple tap brew of the Twin Cities.

Let's see, hmm, 4 miles round trip walk, approximately 500 calories, I could almost zero out my lunch. Dang! too much time.

Enjoy!

desertdog
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/22 13:40:47
Hey Davydd,

Looks like you are enjoying your trip! When you get back how about some help developing Pork Tenderloin Sliders for the big game. Should be pretty straight forward, right? I'm thinkin of slicing the loin thinner than normal, no pounding, then using your marinade process on the little guys, bread em, fry em, put em on small potato buns with choice of condiments.

Feedback?
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/22 13:53:15
desertdog,

I had been thinking about that for a couple of reasons. First, that is exactly what I did for my 3-1/2 year old granddaughter when I made the Holiday tenderloins. I used a small heat and serve dinner roll not more than 2 inches in diameter.

Secondly, a new restaurant in our neighborhood that opened last month, Jake O'Connor's Irish Pub, serves appetizers of beef tenderloin sliced thin on little tiny buns five on the plate - finger food. I was thinking at the time they ought to do that with mini breaded pork tenderloins.

Yeah it would be a good idea. I'm thinking 1/4" slices across and a quick pounding to not more than 3" in diameter with buns smaller than White Castle burgers so the tenderloin sticks out.
janicks
Hamburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/23 19:32:05
David, I sometimes do the tiny tenderloins and use a dinner roll for the bun . I have done it two ways,cut the meat before breading and after breading. Before breading looks better, the edges dry out if you do it after. They are great for parties. I use them in my catering biz... Jean Anne
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/24 20:13:00
Jean Anne,

I think I will try it before breading. I already made one as I mentioned kind of accidentally with a left over end of the tenderloin. Now I would like to make a lot of them and see how many I can get out of one tenderloin. I'm guess about a dozen to 1-1/2 dozen.
MilwFoodlovers
Filet Mignon
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/24 21:33:40
Any Quad Cities recommendations out there? We had one in Rock Island in a little green tavern on the main drag but out of the main shopping area. I think that was my first, and like everyone you always remember your first
Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/25 23:13:39
I made my first trip to IA & NB this week on Mon-Tues with the intent of getting a BPT. Had a Iowa Pork Chop and Home Fries at Tofers in Sioux Station, IA. Outstanding! Could not get a BPT until We got back to the airport in Omaha NB. It was at The Hanger restaurant in the airport, Nothing to write home about. Very Generic. Looking forward to my next trip to get a real BPT in upstate Rock Rapids IA.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/27 17:08:51
I am having my pre Super Bowl party tomorrow. We have invited a few people over to chow down on the food. I just finished shopping for all the ingredients. Stay tuned tomorrow night for the results.

Last night we went to St. Albans Boathouse on Lake Minnetonka for dinner. No pork tenderloin sandwich. The special was stuffed pork tenderloin so we tried that. The stuffing was, to the best of my tasting knowledge, a raisen, currant, pecan mix and butterscotch flavored sauce. It was very good.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/28 21:44:47
I kind of got off track and posted in the Super Bowl Snack thread here...

http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=17616&whichpage=2

Aw heck, here's another picture.

desertdog
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/29 21:19:30
That's what I'm talkin' about! Those look great, Davydd. Prepared as previously mentioned?
janicks
Hamburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/29 21:25:38
David I am jealous!! Those look wonderful, My sister is here this week from Portland OR wanting to know what we are fixing for the Super Bowl... I guess I am going to have to step up and make mini BPT"S on Sunday.JeanAnne
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/29 21:38:21
A little more detail on the Mini Pork Tenderloin Sandwich can be found here...

http://web.mac.com/davydd/iWeb/Site/Pork%20Tenderloin%20Sandwich%20Blog/09F789D4-F37A-40D9-9FCB-90C73703C0AD.html

For the buns I used Sara Lee Classic Dinner Rolls that come 12 to a package.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/01/31 22:22:58
Amazing what a stack of mini tenderloins started

I am having fun with this schtick. Today the Spokane Spokesman-Review ran a long article on the breaded pork tenderloin sandwich. The reporter got most all her information off my website. After striking out everywhere she googled my site.

A Seattle radio program guy wants to educate Seattle about the pork tenderloin sandwich after visiting my website. He said something about wanting to interview me. That's scary. I'd probably get dyslexic and have a brain fart.

Next week I will be taking a suburban weekly newspaper reporter to my favorite downtown Minneapolis pub for lunch to have a breaded pork tenderloin sandwich for photo op in a feature article.

It is getting the pork tenderloin sandwich a lot of publicity.
Tristan Indiana
Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/01 11:14:33
Hey Davydd,

Your website was mentioned yesterday in the Indianapolis Star's food section. It described your directions for making BPT sandwiches. It was about Hoosier specialities to make for the Superbowl. I've never made them because of the numerous places we can buy them around here, not to mention that I can't cook.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/01 21:40:48
Tristan,

Did not know about the Indianapolis Star article. Here it is online...

http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070131/ENTERTAINMENT02/701310305/1079

They used the recipe from my website tutorial and did mention the mini tenderloins.

Here is the article from the Spokane Spokesman-Review...

http://www.spokesmanreview.com/tools/story_pf.asp?ID=171831

Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/01 22:39:02
DDD,
My first attempt at BPT:
I used your recipe with a twist. Bought prepared pork tenderloins from the Midwestern Meat Market in Mesa Az, (He's from IA). I quartered them to fit in a Home Made Biscuit that my grandaughter (Age 15) made with my guidance Added Emerils Bayou Blast Seasoning to your recipe to kick them up a notch.. Soaked them in the buttermilk mixture overnight, When I took them out of the buttermilk mixture they were so tender that I had to handle them with kid gloves to keep them from falling apart. Used saltines crushed up in a ziploc with a rolling pin. Cooked them with my Grandaughter's help in my Grandma's Cast Iron skillet,(I'm 66 so that tells you how old that skillet is) with Canola Oil on a hot plate out on my patio to keep the frying odor out of the house . A true learning experience for both of us. THEY WERE PERFECT! My granddaughter loved them and took the left overs home with her. I guess I'll just have to make some more. I'm Hooked!
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/01 22:55:49
Way to go, Foodbme! My first fry was with the cast iron skillet out on the deck too. It's the beginning of a wonderful venture.

I just found this recipe on the EssentialIowa website.

http://essentialiowa.com/recipeporttenderloin.html

Now odd that they would marinate overnight with buttermilk and pause with a Big Butt beer. Yeah, it is my recipe word for word unchanged without attribution. Would those Iowans like to know the recipe came from Minnesota via janicks at Nick's Kitchen in Indiana mentoring?
ScreenBear
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/01 23:01:07
Great stuff, Davydd. You're getting more than your fifteen minutes of fame, and justifiably so. You've done a very responsible job of educating folks about this indigenous favorite. Good going.
The Bear
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/02 07:43:32
quote:
Originally posted by ScreenBear

Great stuff, Davydd. You're getting more than your fifteen minutes of fame, and justifiably so. You've done a very responsible job of educating folks about this indigenous favorite. Good going.
The Bear


It will all die down after the Super Bowl.

The Indianapolis Star Newspaper finally got in on the bit...

http://www.indystar.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20070131/ENTERTAINMENT02/701310305/1079
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/06 22:39:48
I am looking for recommendations for a breaded pork tenderloin lunch in Kansas City, MO. That's my next possible pursuit if time permits.
blizzardstormus
Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/07 18:35:29


Davydd, on your trips around the Midwest, stop in Atlantic, IA at The Farmer's Kitchen for our tenderloin, homemade fries & dipping sauce.

(I am trying to reduce the size of the picture.)
wanderingjew
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/07 18:50:06
quote:
Originally posted by blizzardstormus



Davydd, on your trips around the Midwest, stop in Atlantic, IA at The Farmer's Kitchen for our tenderloin, homemade fries & dipping sauce.

(I am trying to reduce the size of the picture.)


Blizzardstormus,

Does your restaurant have a website? I'm curious to see what you guys offer on your menu? Occasionally, maybe every 3-5 years or so I make my way through Iowa. Looking for that classic smalltown cafe.
desertdog
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/07 19:10:02
Blizz,

Do you think you can make the pictures a little bigger next time?

Use these guys...it's free and it's easy.

http://photobucket.com/

desertdog
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/07 19:38:57
quote:
Originally posted by blizzardstormus



Davydd, on your trips around the Midwest, stop in Atlantic, IA at The Farmer's Kitchen for our tenderloin, homemade fries & dipping sauce.

(I am trying to reduce the size of the picture.)



Now that is a mighty fine looking BPTS !!!

I usually fly into Omaha when traveling up to Sioux Rapids (where I grew up) just north of Storm Lake.
I like to take 80 over to 71, then go up (so I can stop and see Albert the Bull, of course !)
Next time I'm through, I'll make a slight detour and drop in for a sandwich!

blizzardstormus
Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/07 19:41:39
Wanderingjew, I don't have a website as of yet. Working on it.

Desertdog, I did want to make it much bigger..... Thanks for the tip. Wandering jew, if you can get rid of my grossly-sized picture, we should be in business.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/09 22:18:36
blizzardstormus,

I probably flew over Atlantic three times yesterday. The first was an aborted turn around and back to Minneapolis trip after 30 minutes in the air. Then I got on another flight to Kansas City. Since time became precious I did not seek a breaded pork tenderloin sandwich and I settled for a pulled pork Bar-B-Que sandwich at the nearest restaurant. I may try again in two weeks so am still seeking recommendations for Kansas City close in to downtown and Kemper Arena bottoms area. Man I am on pace for 40+ flights this year. I don't need those hair raising aborted flights adding to the numbers.

When we head west in the camper van I will definitely dip down to Des Moines and come west on I-80. This May though we are heading east again.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/09 22:32:47
Wednesday was a fun day. I met a local suburban newspaper reporter at Lyons Pub on Sixth in downtown Minneapolis for a breaded pork tenderloin sandwich and an interview. She was a small lady and you wouldn't think she could down a large tenderloin sandwich but she did with camera and note pad in hand to boot. To ensure a good experience I let Steve the bartender know the day before. She suggested the interview in a bar and to try the sandwich. It went over great. Lyons came through with a great tenderloin that day fried to perfection. It was so tender she ate it and was amazed that she did so. She hardly touched the fries though. She found me on Roadfood.com here, not because of the tenderloins, but because of the fried walleye sandwich thread and Excelsior, Minnesota mentions. It turned out she was a nearby Tonka Bay (pop. 1,500) neighbor and right next door neighbor to a fellow worker of mine in downtown Minneapolis. It was a small world after all happening.
mhill95
Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/10 11:30:10
Have not been there in 25 years. A walk up window drive-in.
It was a real "Hole in the Wall" years ago so I can't imagine now, but I would stop to find out.
I think these are batter fried, something different.
2 miles from American Royal

Paul's Drive In
Osage Ave
Kansas City, KS 66105-1723
(913) 371-8490
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/10 15:42:59
25 years? Things can change but Paul's Drive In is still listed but not much to Google otherwise.
Davydd
Sirloin
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/10 15:47:33
I made this into a business size card. I got tired of writing out my website for people. Now I can just hand it to them with a picture which I hope explains it.

jwagnerdsm
Hamburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/12 17:07:42
You still doing the Hot Beef Sandwich at Farmers?
blizzardstormus
Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/13 14:36:39
jwagnerdsm,
You bet we still serve hot beef. We roast our meat, peel our potatoes & hand-mash AND our gravy is HOMEMADE (a 2 day process).




kland01s
Filet Mignon
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/14 06:09:55
Even though it's 5 am, that hot beef look's wonderful!!
jwagnerdsm
Hamburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/14 17:23:10
Dang. I had one a few years ago and consider it the best I've ever had in the state. I even mention it on my website as the consumate hot beef sandwich in the state. I have to come down to have another. Hey, can I use that picture on my site?
Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/14 22:32:45
I gotta Ask--- Why does it take 2 days to make your gravy other than things like Chili & soup always taste better the second day?
blizzardstormus
Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/15 10:18:08
jwagnerdsm, What's your website? Feel free to use our picture. Glad you have tried us.

Foodbme, First day: 8 AM: We put all the trimmings from our roasts in a large stock pot with carrots, celery & onion, cover with water & simmer for 10 hours.

We then strain the broth, cool in the cooler overnight.

Second day: Remove fat from stock, bring stock to a low boil & thicken with roux made from BUTTER & flour, and adjust seasonings.

We do this twice a week.

And yes, chili absolutely tastes better the second day.
jwagnerdsm
Hamburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/15 13:11:30
www.essentialiowa.com
Zig
Junior Burger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/16 16:14:52
I thought this was a Pork Tenderloins thread.
Foodbme
Porterhouse
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/17 00:29:38
quote:
Originally posted by Zig

I thought this was a Pork Tenderloins thread.

Lighten up Zig. I excerpted this from one of the earlier comments. There's 23 Freakin' Pages of BPT's. How much more can be said about BPT's????
desertdog
Double Chili Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/17 10:29:23
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Originally posted by jwagnerdsm

www.essentialiowa.com


Hey Jay,

I think you should go down there and do a story first hand for the site.
jwagnerdsm
Hamburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/17 10:34:07
Definitely. Hopefully in a few weeks.
blizzardstormus
Cheeseburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/17 11:52:39
jwagnerdsm, You have a fantastic website! We definitely would appreciate you stopping in.

I looked at your list of Iowa tenderloin. I ate the BPT at Dairy Sweet in Dunlap to compare to my BPT, which had narrowly lost out to Dairy Sweet in the Iowa Pork Producers BPT contest in 2005. Fantastic loin, it deserved to win. Unfortunately, Dairy Sweet closes in the winter. I'll try some of your other recommendations.

(Hey Zig, I came back to the topic
jwagnerdsm
Hamburger
RE: Pork Tenderloins 2007/02/17 12:00:19
Blizzrd,

Thanks. It's a lot of fun putting together. I'll try to make it down there in the next couple of weeks.

Jay
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