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Old 08-19-2014, 10:42 AM   #11
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Andy, in our markets, pork loins are also sold (2 per package) and are very long sausage-shaped and each one is only about 1 1/2 inches in diameter. I have always used what I learned as a traditional loin roast. The diameter of the slices for the ones I buy are at least 3 inches or so. Is this a better description?

Got it. The "two in a pack" are tenderloins while the 3" diameter ones are loins.
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Got it. The "two in a pack" are tenderloins while the 3" diameter ones are loins.
Gotcha! I'd never seen them until I moved here. I suppose they'd work just as well as long as the cooking time was adjusted. Probably wouldn't take very long at all to cook them.
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Gotcha! I'd never seen them until I moved here. I suppose they'd work just as well as long as the cooking time was adjusted. Probably wouldn't take very long at all to cook them.

We really like the tenderloins. Tender, flavorful and no waste.
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We really like the tenderloins. Tender, flavorful and no waste.
Go for it. We had the leftovers last night and the roast was just as juicy and tender as the night before.

At least, this time, I had the good sense to write the recipe down. I almost always trust that I'll remember and, of course...I don't.
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Old 08-19-2014, 11:32 AM   #15
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Go for it. We had the leftovers last night and the roast was just as juicy and tender as the night before.

At least, this time, I had the good sense to write the recipe down. I almost always trust that I'll remember and, of course...I don't.
I like your seasoning combination. I'll give it a try but have to get some pork in the house first. Nothing wrong with writing down your recipe so you can do it again.
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I have some tenderloins in the freezer that I'm going to coat with Dijon mustard and then pack on the Herbs de Provence. The mustard should help to hold the herbs to the meat.
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I have some tenderloins in the freezer that I'm going to coat with Dijon mustard and then pack on the Herbs de Provence. The mustard should help to hold the herbs to the meat.
I love mustard with pork. I'm not a big fan of herbes de Provence, though. I wonder how Penzey's Mural of Flavor seasoning would taste with mustard and pork? Hmmm...
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I love mustard with pork. I'm not a big fan of herbes de Provence, though. I wonder how Penzey's Mural of Flavor seasoning would taste with mustard and pork? Hmmm...
GG, have you ever tried the HdP without lavender? It's not easy to find unless you buy it in France, but you could always mix your own. Apparently the addition of lavender to the mix is an American idea.
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GG, have you ever tried the HdP without lavender? It's not easy to find unless you buy it in France, but you could always mix your own. Apparently the addition of lavender to the mix is an American idea.
No, I haven't. I looked at this recipe - Herbes de Provence, Recipe from Martha Stewart Living, July - and have most of these herbs in my garden. Marjoram seems like a weak oregano to me; I'm not sure I've ever tried savory. I'm going to the feed & seed store today, so I'll take a look and see if they have any. I have a couple of empty spaces in my herb garden Thanks.
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No, I haven't. I looked at this recipe - Herbes de Provence, Recipe from Martha Stewart Living, July - and have most of these herbs in my garden. Marjoram seems like a weak oregano to me; I'm not sure I've ever tried savory. I'm going to the feed & seed store today, so I'll take a look and see if they have any. I have a couple of empty spaces in my herb garden Thanks.
Ahhhhh....to have an herb garden!
I just found this, and I'm going to order it. Penzey's doesn't have it without flowers.

http://www.amazon.com/Provence-Epice...H30FCGBZT0F3KY
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