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VIDEO: How to cook Prosciutto Wrapped Pork Tenderloin

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Darth_Traeger shows us how to cook Crowd Cow's heritage pork and take it to the next level. Just add more pork! https://www.crowdcow.com/pork

While Crowd Cow's known-source meats are already so tasty on their own, why not try this prosciutto and pancetta wrapped pork tenderloin recipe. This tenderloin comes from Deck Family Farm, which is based in Willamette Valley, Oregon where the animals are truly pasture-raised...making the meat healthier and more tasty. At Crowd Cow, you always know exactly who produced your meat and that it was done right.

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