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bigdogk9bigdogk9 Posts: 66
edited March 2012 in Root

I have been cooking on my eggs now for 2 years.  Bought one for the house and then one for the office.  Could not figure out how to ask the gentlemen about his pork tenderloin stuffed with cheese so started a new discussion.  How do you get the cheese in the middle?  Is it something the butcher shop does or something you do yourself?  Thank you in advance for any advice.




  • JMSetzlerJMSetzler Posts: 75
    Have a look on YouTube and search for butterfly or roll cutting of a pork loin.  You cut it and then flatten it out to add your fillings and then roll it back up and tie it off with butcher's twine before cooking...

    Here's one I did recently stuffed with apples, onions, bleu cheese, and a little Maker's Mark... good times were had by all :)
  • bigguy136bigguy136 Posts: 1,160
    I was looking at that photo also and it didn't look like there was a side cut. Maybe the end was cut and a rod pushed thru then add cheese or maybe it was injected?

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