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 Pork Tenderloin Decadence

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Pork Tenderloin Decadence Mon, 03/3/08 7:00 PM (permalink)
Pork Tenderloin Decadence

This is not a gourmet dish, but it is very simple and highly delicious. One might even call it addictive. Here is how it goes:

Cook a pork tenderloin by your favorite method to about 150 degrees. Let cool for a few minutes, slice into half inch pieces. So far it is pretty normal, but this is where we get decadent.

Open a can of Campbell's Golden Pork Gravy and zap it until warm. Slice fresh French bread into sandwich rounds. Make small sandwiches from the bread and pork, dip them into the gravy and try to ignore the decadence of it all.

Well, this is my guilty pleasure with pork tenderloin...what is yours?
    the ancient mariner

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    RE: Pork Tenderloin Decadence Mon, 03/3/08 7:27 PM (permalink)
    Sounds good to me. Have to give it a go when I have
    some folks around to help me dee-voir dee-licious
    pork yenderloin. Decadence has always been one of
    my favorite things anyhow !!!!!!!!!!!!

      RE: Pork Tenderloin Decadence Tue, 03/4/08 8:07 AM (permalink)
      Campbell's Golden Pork Gravy? I don't think I have ever seen any Campbell's gravy. Is this a new product?


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      Well, they have it in the local Publix supermarket.
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