Re: Whole Pork Loins $1/lb
- From: piedmont <ask@xxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 06 Jun 2009 11:11:04 -0400
When I was a whole lot younger, I had to travel quite a bit on business. I was surprised to find that a breaded pork tenderloin sandwich was pretty much a Midwest thing. In MO, where I grew up, they were on the menu of every restaurant, diner and cafe in the state. Heck, you'd be more likely to find them than a hamburger or hot dog. <grin> This was also true for when we lived in IN- they were in every bar and pub in town.snip
In Elkhart, IN is a tavern/restaurant called Hennie's. It started out as a tavern for alcoholic railroad employees coming from the nearby Robert Young Switching Yard. They now have added on a restaurant that serves great steaks and sandwiches. They have a sandwich which I loved, we called it the Hennie's Frisbee because the breaded and fried pork tenderloin was so large around. We loaded it up with everything, lettuce, onions, pickles, tomato and cheese which made it weigh like 2 pounds it seemed. Ta die for!!!
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