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ScreamingChicken
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/03 12:48:34 (permalink)
Is it up for sale or is he closing the doors?
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/03 14:43:26 (permalink)
Its listed on Craigslist and there are a couple newspaper articles about the guy moving to Texas
 
http://desmoines.craigsli..org/bfs/4907120942.html
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/04 01:00:53 (permalink)
There have been several owners of that specific Spic and Span tenderloin batter recipe over the years. It would be nice if any new owner carried on with it. The second best in the nation moniker came from me in my old now defunct blog. It was deservedly so from the ambience of the whole package, from the small special diner, to the interesting "magical" owner and family business to the unique tenderloin. You just enjoyed being there.
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/15 15:20:04 (permalink)
Some casino in Council Bluffs has a super crazy brunch drink with a bpt and a bunch of other things tossed on top
 
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https://www.facebook.com/CaddysRiversideGrille
 

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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/15 16:10:00 (permalink)
Now that's a Bloody Mary.
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/15 16:12:35 (permalink)
Boy-that is outstanding!
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/16 08:11:53 (permalink)
Going from memory and without going back through 40 pages, it seems that when a pork tenderloin is referenced here it's likely the sandwich version but I see it offered "standalone" fairly often on menus.  For example, this is from a restaurant I hope to visit soon:
 
"Our Giant 1/2 lb. Pork Tenderloin with a mountain of potatoes on top & lava-like gravy free-flowing from all sides!"
 
Any strong opinions on the sandwich vs. the entrée?  Is the sandwich distinctly more popular in Iowa and Indiana, with a more even split in other states?
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/16 09:23:27 (permalink)
Went to school in Iowa. The term always referred to the sandwich, but that was a long time ago
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/16 10:37:42 (permalink)
Where did you go to school, and what was the local hot spot when it came to tenderloins?
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/16 10:48:21 (permalink)
Fairfield. The local hot spot was a place in Otumwa, which I have forgotten the name of.
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/16 10:59:11 (permalink)
Heh...for a short time during my junior year of college I dated a girl from Fairfield.
 
And one of my best friends is an Ottumwa native, so I'll have to ask him about the local tenderloins.
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/16 11:10:48 (permalink)
ScreamingChicken
Heh...for a short time during my junior year of college I dated a girl from Fairfield.
 
And one of my best friends is an Ottumwa native, so I'll have to ask him about the local tenderloins.

Walter O'Reilly? 


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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/16 12:11:16 (permalink)
That was indeed Radar's home town
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/23 21:27:05 (permalink)
The Oasis Diner in Bridgeport, IN, once received "Best of Indy" Breaded Pork Tenderloin awards. Then it fell on hard times. Moved four miles west to Plainfield, IN, where it re-opened just 6 months ago. I think their BPT lives up to the former hype. It is very good. Could have stayed in the fryer just a bit longer. Oh, and their Reuben is superb.
 http://www.oasisdiner.com/
 
This was my sandwich today.  

 

post edited by gregsgoatfarm - 2015/03/23 21:55:41
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2015/03/24 04:44:22 (permalink)
Wow...that looks amazing!
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