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This was one eggtastic cook. Used home made umami/teriyaki marinade:
Pork, Tenderloin, Stuffed, Umami, Richard Fl.
1 2 1/2 Lb Pkg Pork Tenderloin, 2 pieces per package
1/2 Cup Dried Cherries, Soaked in Bacardi Gold
1 Pkg Spinach
4 Ozs Mushrooms, Sliced
1 Medium Onion, Sliced, Carmalized
1 8.8 Ozs Pkg Halloumi Cheese Made From Sheeps Milk From Cyprus, "The Cheese That Grills"
1/4 Cup Roasted Sun Flower Seeds or Pine Nuts, any will do
1 Lb Pkg Sliced Bacon
1 Cup Umami Marinade, Soy Sauce Base
Favorite Pork Rub
2 Took the pork tenderloins and butterflied them, then pounded to get thin. Marinated in the umami sauce for an hour.
3 Did a basket weave of the bacon and placed on top of several pieces of butcher twine to tie up later. Seasoned the bacon with some pork rub.
4 Layed the marinated meat on top of the bacon weave and placed the spinach that had been steamed in a little water and olive oil.
5 Took the onion and mushrooms and caramalized the onions along with the mushrooms. Then placed on top of the spinach. Added the nuts to the top.
6 Placed slices of the cheese on top and proceeded to roll up and tie. Got the cheese as a gift from lowercasebill at the SunshineFest '11. Thanks Bill! NOTE: next time will place the cheese on the bottom, not the top. Just easier to tie.
7 Placed on Large BGE at 350°F indirect with some pecan wood for flavor.
8 Let cook about 1 hour 30 minutes until the meat reached 145°F. Did not turn over during the cook as I was fearful the cheese would run out. This cheese remained firm during the entire cooking process and did not fear for it melting and falling out.
9 Served with sauteéd yellow squash, zuccini and sliced onions. Made a batch of Lebanonese coucous cooked in chicken broth.
Yield: Serves 8
Main Dish, Marinade, Meat
Source: BGE Forum, Richard Fl, 2011/10/27
Richard Melbooooring Fl.
"KING OF LONEY", SELF APPOINTED!!!!!
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OUR LAGER, WHICH ART IN BARRELS, HALLOWED BE THY DRINK, THY WILL BE DRUNK, AT HOME AS IT IS IN THE TAVERN. GIVE US THIS DAY OUR FOAMY HEAD, AND FORGIVE US OUR SPILLAGES, AS WE FORGIVE THOSE WHO SPILL AGAINST US, AND LEAD US NOT TO INCARCERATION, BUT DELIVER US FROM HANGOVERS. FOR THINE IS THE BEER, THE BITTER, THE LAGER.