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sw2geeks

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I made a Garlic stuffed Petite Tender roast recently and was wondering if anyone else uses this cut. Here is a few pics.











More pics and recipe here.
 

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Looks delish, and those are some beautiful pics. What knife is that?
 

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Looks terrific. Home or pro? Also, what's the cutting board?
 

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As always, well done Steve. I've never heard of that cut before, but having just bought 1/4 of a local, pastured cow, I think I can find something in the freezer that might work.
 

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Looks terrific. Home or pro? Also, what's the cutting board?
Home cook who likes to take pictures of what I cook. Lately I have started posting them in a blog. The board is a cross section of a tree that I picked up from a Asian market.
 

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That looks really good! My wife keeps threatening to bring home a full tenderloin so we can play with the different cuts. Your dish looks like you were able to add quite a bit of flavor. Did you have a sauce or pan sauce as well, or did the garlic and herbs get the job done without additional help?
 

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Nice pics looks tasty. I'm a big fan of the petite tender.
 

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Why did you leave the garlic whole in the middle? If you did it again, would you do it the same way?
 

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I may give that a try using hanger steak.
 

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That looks really good! My wife keeps threatening to bring home a full tenderloin so we can play with the different cuts. Your dish looks like you were able to add quite a bit of flavor. Did you have a sauce or pan sauce as well, or did the garlic and herbs get the job done without additional help?
Did not make a sauce, just spooned a little bit of the au jus from the roasting pan on top.
 

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Why did you leave the garlic whole in the middle? If you did it again, would you do it the same way?
I did adjust the recipe a little after fixing this. I originally roasted the garlic for only 20 minutes, thinking since I peeled them first they would not need as much time. Turns out they could have used the full 35 minutes I normally give an unpeeled head of garlic when roasting and adjusted the recipe accordingly. Other that that I was real happy with the dish and would fix it agian this way.
 

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is there a recipe you could post for this - it looks super delicious!
 

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I did adjust the recipe a little after fixing this. I originally roasted the garlic for only 20 minutes, thinking since I peeled them first they would not need as much time. Turns out they could have used the full 35 minutes I normally give an unpeeled head of garlic when roasting and adjusted the recipe accordingly. Other that that I was real happy with the dish and would fix it agian this way.
Thanks!
 
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