Berkshire Pork Tenderloin
Heavily marbled and bursting with juicy flavor, Berkshire is an English heritage breed whose history can be traced back some 300 years. With an unmatched pedigree, these black and white pigs produce some of the finest meat in the world. Thanks to their high ratio of fat and unparalleled consistency, their meat is tender, succulent, and beautifully marbled. In short, Berkshire is to pork what Wagyu is to beef. Browse through our excellent selection of Berkshire tenderloins today for a truly delightful culinary experience.
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by Heritage Berkshire
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by Berkridge Kurobuta
Known as Kurobuta in Japan, the Berkshire hog has that same consistent marbling that makes Wagyu the most sought after meat in the world. Meltingly soft and savory our Berkshire tenderloins are a lean and tender cut. As the name implies, the tenderloin is one of the tenderest and most succulent portions of pork available, cooking up into a mild and delicious main course in under 30 minutes. Thanks to its broad appeal flavor-wise, it’s truly beguiling velvety texture, and its ease of preparation, the pork tenderloin is a chef’s favorite order during a busy dinner service or the weekend rush. A boneless cut of meat running from the hip to the shoulder of the pig, this is the same area that pork chops are sourced from. Averaging about one pound in weight, you may also recognize this cut as a pork fillet or pork tender. While pork tenderloins and pork loins share a few similarities they are in truth very different cuts. Though their names are almost identical they should not be substituted for one another in recipes. Tenderloins have a mild approachable flavor, so we love to use piquant dry rubs or bold marinades with them to add a hit of zesty spice. Pairing well with almost any flavor profile or genre of cooking, let your imagination go wild knowing that the parameters of the pork tenderloin are practically non-existent. Explore our selection of this delicious and versatile cut today and try it for yourself as soon as tomorrow!
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