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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2017/12/08 10:48:36 (permalink)
I ran across this on Facebook this morning. It's from a place called Spoonies in London Mills, Illinois. That's the biggest tenderloin I've ever seen!
 

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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2017/12/08 11:16:07 (permalink)
That tenderloin is from an elephant!  NOT from a pig!
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2017/12/08 11:36:42 (permalink)
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That tenderloin is from an elephant!  NOT from a pig!



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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2017/12/08 12:40:23 (permalink)
That Spoonies photo was posted a year ago in "Pursuing Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches" Facebook group and resurfaced again last week with a new comment. It went viral and since then well over a thousand people have joined the group this week alone and it exceeds now about 16,500 members just for a single sandwich primarily sold in Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and Missouri.
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2017/12/10 08:48:39 (permalink)
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I ran across this on Facebook this morning. It's from a place called Spoonies in London Mills, Illinois. That's the biggest tenderloin I've ever seen!
 


Google Maps says London Mills is roughly 30 miles or so from the west side of Peoria...I may have to find a way to visit.
 
So is that an entire pork loin that's been pounded?  It'd be interesting to know just how thick the meat itself is.
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2017/12/10 15:29:03 (permalink)
Another 1,000 members since I posted 2 days ago and continues unabated to over 17,500. The photo has been shared over 12,000 times on Facebook. 
 
There have been many large BPT Spoonies photos posted in the Facebook group, but I think this is the biggest one.
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2018/02/26 19:43:28 (permalink)
It seems there have been precious few postings here of late showing the latest Breaded Pork Tenderloin discoveries. So here are a few that my accomplice and I have enjoyed lately. 
 
Diesel's Sports Bar. Danville, Indiana. Just OK. Bland.

 
The Stacked Pickle. Plainfield, Indiana. Nothing special. 
 
 
Both of these are within minutes of other restaurants that serve really fine sandwiches. So why can't they?
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2018/04/26 08:23:25 (permalink)
Davydd had suggested Burger Boy, just east of Albuquerque in Cedar Crest, as a possible BPT destination for my recent trip to the Southwest.  It was a chilly March day and the sky was spitting snow when we got there.

 
While I'm not expert, I thought the sandwich was pretty good.  It wasn't pounded too thin and there was enough seasoning, and the breading was nice and crunchy.

 
This was pretty early in the day, too (somewhere between 8 and 9am) so it was nice to see that the morning menu isn't limited strictly to breakfast items.  Hopefully I'll get a chance to return so I can try a burger.
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2018/04/26 08:53:40 (permalink)
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That place has been on my list for years for their green chile cheeseburger. 
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2018/04/26 10:31:20 (permalink)
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That place has been on my list for years for their green chile cheeseburger. 


When you do go there be sure and try a piece of their green chile apple pie!
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2018/04/26 11:58:20 (permalink)
No green chile tenderloin?
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2018/04/26 12:38:50 (permalink)
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That place has been on my list for years for their green chile cheeseburger. 


When you do go there be sure and try a piece of their green chile apple pie!


I like the way you think!
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Re:Pork Tenderloins 2018/05/20 00:50:00 (permalink)
Last month I spent a few days in Des Moines, IA and was able to try a couple of new-to-me BPTs.  On the drive out I headed north from Dubuque to Balltown and the oldest restaurant in the state, Breitbach's.

 
Breitbach's version is battered rather than breaded.

 

 
The next day I was in Des Moines and visited Nick's, winner of the 2016 statewide BPT contest.

 
As you can see, I like wayonnaise with my BPT.

 
Pink pork isn't bad.  It's the brown acid that you want to avoid.

 
Breitbach's BPT was good but Nick's was excellent and I can see why it won in 2016.  Nick's offers 2 sizes and I ordered the smaller one, and while it doesn't have the visual impact of a sprawling, bun-dwarfing slab it more than makes up for it by being really juicy and tasty.  And in hindsight, while I do like a good BPT in any form my preference is for breaded rather than battered.
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