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As its name suggests, the Tenderloin is the most tender cut of pork available. This Pork Tenderloin is always juicy and full of flavor.

Cooking Instructions
Cooking methods
Bake, Roast, Smoke, Pan-Sear
Wine pairings
Pinot Noir, Riesling, Syrah
The easiest way to cook pork tenderloin is by roasting it in the oven. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F, then rub the pork tenderloin with some olive oil and season it with salt and pepper. Place the pork in a baking dish and bake it for about 20-25 minutes, or until it's cooked through. One simple tip for elevating pork tenderloin is to serve it with a delicious sauce. Try serving it with a honey mustard sauce or a pesto sauce. Remember, quality cooking starts with quality ingredients. When you're looking for the best pork tenderloin, be sure to shop at Crowd Cow. We source our meat from the best ranches in the country, so you can be sure you're getting the best quality meat possible.
Flavor Profile
This Pork Tenderloin is juicy, flavorful and extremely tender. The flavor profile is delicate with a slightly sweet and nutty taste. The texture is smooth and silky, and the overall eating experience is simply superb.
Chef's Serving Suggestions
When it comes to pairing side dishes with pork tenderloin, there are a few things to consider. First, the flavor profile of the pork itself. Pork tenderloin is a relatively lean cut of meat. That means that you'll want to choose side dishes and sauces that will add flavor and complexity to the dish. Herbs like rosemary, thyme and sage are all great choices for pork tenderloin, as are sauces like bbq sauce, apple cider vinegar sauce or a simple pan sauce made with butter, garlic and wine.
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Gunthorp Farms

Humanely raised on open pastures, Gunthorp’s Duroc hogs are a heritage breed that produces high-quality meat with fine-grained marbling, a beautiful pink color, and rich flavor that can stand on its own.

The Story of Gunthorp Farms

The Gunthorp family in La Grange, Indiana has been in the business of farming since before the Great Depression, raising their animals on pasture the entire time, even as industrial production boomed around them and threatened to put pasture-based farmers out of business.
The pressure came to a head in 1998, when Greg Gunthorp was selling his pigs -- he only raised pigs back then -- into the "commodity market" for just five cents a pound. Five cents was the going rate for pigs, whether you raised them in overcrowded, closed barns or on pasture; and incredibly, that 5-cent rate was less than Greg's grandfather earned per pound in the 1920s.

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Making a Sustainable Future

To keep the pasture-raised business going, Greg knew he needed to diversify his business. He started raising poultry and even selling his pork directly to high-end markets and restaurants. Now in their fifth-generation of pig farming, the Gunthorps continue to raise their hogs in the way they know is right. Their Duroc hogs enjoy open pasture year-round, feeding on native grasses as well as supplemental non-GMO feed from local farmers in the area. These heritage breeds, in combination with their diet and care, produce high-quality meat with fine-grained marbling, a beautiful pink color, and rich flavor that can stand on its own — beating anything you’ll find at your grocery store.

We believe in creating a meaningful connection between you and the food you eat. Taste, transparency and convenience shouldn’t be mutually exclusive. This has been our founding belief since we started in 2015, and it continues to be the force that drives us.
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