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    Today's Dinner Tenderloin On Sourdough Bread

    Tenderloin on Sourdough Bread with tsatsiki. Simple Yet so good.
    (I made a sourdough Bread yesterday so i used it for todays dinner. )

    I got to play with my new Parer today and it was so freaking good. just sayin

    Tenderloin pre color with black pepper,white pepper,salt and garlic.


    Tenderloin goes in the oven with a few cuts that i filled with garlic and honey.


    After 10 mins resting i slice it with my epic Parer from Harner/Mclean.


    Some green stuff.


    Served with a good Masi Amarone


    Bon Appetit, Nom Nom Nom....

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    Damn!!! Gotta get me one.

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    Rough recipe?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anton View Post
    Rough recipe?
    sorry i dont understand what you mean

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    Assuming you pre-season the loin; do you marinate, or just make the cuts stuff some garlic and throw some honey into these right before cooking?

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    no marinate, i pre-season with the peppers before putting in the pan, then i take it out and make the cuts and stuff the honey and garlic in the cuts and then in to the oven. i then remove the garlic when its done since its stil pretty raw and strong in flavor.

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    That looks delicious, Magnus! I'm glad the knife and saya are being out to good use.
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    now that is a sandwich!

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    Great photos. The one with stuff on the cutting board could be used to market knives.

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    Cheers guys!

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