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Thread: Pork Tenderloin Steaks

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    TVWBB Diamond Member Len Dennis's Avatar
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    Thanks for reviving. I like the "water lubrication" for the plastic wrap.
    So many recipes, so little time
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    Alton Brown used his spray bottle, if I had one set up I would have used it too. Didn't so, I just sprinkled some on the meat and the plastic, worked like a charm.
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    I used a Ziploc freezer bag, hard to tear that stuff no matter what you hit it with!

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    been using this method since i read this about 6 months ago. i use a rolling pin to flatten. i also use wax paper or plastic wrap. whatever i have on hand. tsk chris.

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    Looks great,I have a large hammer style with waffle on 1 side and flat on the other,a rolling pin works well if you are putting it in a bag,I use a 1 gal size most of the time

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    My go to for years was the Julia Child mallet....
    Empty champagne bottle from the party before!
    And I second the heavy ziploc bag!
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    I just grabbed a Pork Tenderloin on whim today. But, I am going for All You Can Eat Shrimp tonight, so it is looking like my dinner project for tomorrow.
    Last edited by Bruce; 06-15-2018 at 03:59 PM.
    Grills and guns are a lot alike. While one would usually suffice and you can only use one a time, each grill/gun is better in certain situations.

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    Didn't realize this was an older thread, but I do remember an episode related to this project. Can't remember the silver skin part though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris Allingham View Post
    No worries. Super heavy restaurant-grade Libbey barware with thick sides and bottom. They're practically cast iron. Would not be recommended with a lesser glass. Thanks for looking out for me!
    And make sure the glass doesn't have any adult beverage in it also.
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    Made this last night and it was terrific. Definitely doing pork this way again. Thanks for the recipe!

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