Marinade vs. Rub Knowing when to use a marinade vs. seasoning your meat with a rub or sauce can be a tough. Here is the secret…. a marinade typically helps to break down tougher connective tissues in well exercised muscle groups. When we say “well exercised” we are generally referring to a cut that comes from a hard-working muscle such as the shoulder, ham (butt) or the shank/hock. Often these cuts require much longer cooking times to get that "fall off the bone" and tender result. On the oth...
With Memorial Day around the corner nothing beats our sizzling pork tenderloin. Perfect for a group, the pork tenderloin is a low maintenance cut easy to cook on the grill. Simple to cook to a perfect medium, just slightly pink, and delicious whether marinated, wrapped in bacon, or prepared simply with salt, pepper and a […]
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The filet mignon of pork! Silky, tender and easy to roast to perfection. Each pig only produces two pounds of delicate tenderloin. Prepared simply, marinated, or wrapped in bacon, every bite is a masterpiece! Our breeds include Berkshire, Red Wattle, Duroc, Gloucestershire Old Spot, Large Black, and Tamworth. Each heritage breed boasts its own flavor […]
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There aren’t a lot of tricks for making a great roast. But we wanted to share with you one of our favorite methods of cooking a pork tenderloin, not only a house favorite here at Heritage but a never-fail crowd pleaser. When done right it is as elegant as filet mignon, the perfect foundation for dinner parties or just a date for two....
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This simple recipe calls for pork tenderloin, green vegetable of choice, Mascarpone and Parmesan cheese, and salt and pepper to taste.
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