Honey-Bourbon Pork Tenderloin on the Grill

I wrote a few notes on this recipe from my old file such as “excellent” “very good gravy” “Gene likes”. I thought it came from one of the (8) Weber Grill Cookbooks I own but I couldn’t find it. This is just the kind of recipe they would make, or so I thought. Anyways, my … Continue reading

Weight Watcher’s Sweet and Sour Pork

This is one  of my favorite Chinese dishes and this low calorie version with a lighter sauce is really good.  I have added some more vegetables and changed the directions a little.  Pork tenderloin slices do not need so much cooking time as Weight Watcher’s suggests.  See also my recipe Sweet and Sour Pork where the pork is fried (you could … Continue reading

Caribbean-Style Pork Tenderloin

Many of us here in Michigan in mid-February wish we were visiting one of the Caribbean Islands right now.  This recipe is very tasty even just marinating the pork for 2 hours as well as up to 2 days.  There are 4 points per 3 slices of pork and comes from a new Weight Watcher’s cookbook that has lots of … Continue reading

Maple Brined Pork Tenderloin

Over the holidays one of my sisters  checked my site for any information on brining a turkey (I had not posted any recipe yet) and that has prompted me to look into brining again.  I have not done a lot of brining mainly due to health issues in my family.   Too much salt in your diet is not good!   … Continue reading

Pork Tenderloin with Calvados

This is an old recipe from a local cookbook – I believe it might have come from “The Bountiful Arbor” which I do not have any more.   Anyways,   the calvados/apple jelly sauce makes this dish special. Calvados is an apple brandy produced in Normandy.  The apples are fermented into cider which is then distilled in order to make … Continue reading