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  • Joined: 2/7/2012
  • Location: venice, FL
porkette Tue, 02/7/12 4:30 PM (permalink)
I am of Irish descent, and my mother always cooked what is called porkette with cabbage and potatoes.  Growing up in Jersey City, we called it pork tenderloin.  At least that is what my mother called it, and what I asked for when I went to the butcher.  However when I moved to Fl. I quickly learned what pork tenderloin is and that I now buy porkette to cook with the cabbage and potatoes. lol
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