Oriental Barbecued Pork Tenderloin — 10 Comments

  1. Very humorous story. “I like my nightmares to be as accurate as possible.” LOL.
    Agree on the color of pork. The idea of a thin baste is interesting. I’ve been ordered to grill chicken breasts this weekend so will try that.

  2. Funny story! I was at the market today and offered a chunk of marinated pork tenderloin and then another huge chunk that was cooked with a Mediterranean rub. Delicious! I’ve never had Oriental and would love to taste it. I love, love beef, bloody red, just warm, but pork has to be cooked well. That’s the way it was when I learned to cook. I like it just like the slices in your pic!!!

  3. That’s our favorite cut of pork, too. So tender.
    Thoses spiders sound like the ones I used to see at work. I would call the security guard to come and dispose of them. That’s what security guards are for…right?

  4. Books on tape version of your favorite books will solve boredom!! Someone reads your favorite story to you while you accomplish the mindless work … what could be better?

  5. We had spiders as big as that in Hawaii – cane spiders. Harmless but they looked like something out of a horror movie and they were FAST! No wonder you call in the Spider Hit Squad when you see one!

  6. Normally, I would admonish you and say “Don’t be silly; spiders are our friends” but in the case of your steroid pumping spiders, I will change it to “Run for the hills! Run for the hills!!”
    The pork tenderloin looks and sounds delicious!

  7. Marina, I’m developing a fear of bathroom
    Dan, mon mari swears by it. Hope it turned out well.
    Pam, I love rare beef too… and pink pork
    Meredith, that is exactly what security guards are for!
    Zanne, but there’s still the actual work that I hate LOL
    manningroad, I’m tempted….
    Ina, thanks on the marinade… As to the spiders…. shudder
    Zoomie, don’t care if they’re harmless… they’re spiders!
    Elizabeth, only outside spiders…. once they’re inside no deal