- n. Plural form of tenderloin.
“Not hunting but hunting related. 4 years age I made dinner for my girlfriend of one month, it was the inside tenderloins from a deer I had shot earlier in the week.”
“Didn't tell them it was the backstraps/tenderloins from a yearling doe.”
“Sure, the tenderloins are a more immediate delicacy, but they are a fleeting pleasure, really, small and flirtatious and destined to leave you wanting more.”
“They had a good spread: fish and chips, cheese (at least some of it Irish), smoked salmon, soda bread, chicken "tenderloins," raw vegetables, various sauces for it all.”
“The menu will feature the famous Maid-Rite sandwich recipe in addition to foods such as tenderloins, broaster chicken, soups, salads, homemade pie, and malts and shakes.”
“That night for supper we had squirrel gravy, trout, and the inside tenderloins of a deer.”
“If i shot it, or one of my hunting buddies shot it, i'd try the tenderloins and/or loins.”
“I remarked that the plate of pork tenderloins certainly looked exceptionally good.”
“At this end I ended up with two more farmed raised venison tenderloins …”
“On a recent evening, Ms. Monroe-Cassel used boar tenderloins to recreate a dish served during a wedding feast with 77 courses in "A Storm of Swords.”
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