Vennison Tenderloin

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Vennison Tenderloin

Post by Buckeye_V » Tue Sep 01, 2009 9:56 am

Well, since everyone's deer season will be starting soon - I thought this one might be a reminder as to how good they are....

Take one vennison tenderloin (or more).

Butterfly and cut to desired width (I prefer 1.5 inches thick)

Place in a quart ziplock baggie.

Add 1 cup of your favorite marinade. My favorite is a Ginger Root Marinade we get at the Kudzu Bakery in Pawleys Island or Georgetown, SC.

Let sit at least 4 hours (I prefer overnight)

Grill no more than medium.

Serve with fresh italian bread, steamed asparigus, roasted baby red taters and a nice bottle of red whine.

Even the pickiest eater should love this dish!
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Re: Vennison Tenderloin

Post by CherrystoneWeims » Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:32 am

I'll have to check out that bakery. I live not too far from Georgetown and in fact have some friends who have a farm up there where I take my dogs for them to hunt over and we deer hunt up there also.
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Re: Vennison Tenderloin

Post by Buckeye_V » Tue Sep 01, 2009 4:08 pm

They have THE BEST keylime pie. Their red velvet cake ain't too bad either. I go down there every year at least once. My Brother and SIL live in Murrels Inlet. It's an arm twist to go down there in the summer.....

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Re: Vennison Tenderloin

Post by CherrystoneWeims » Tue Sep 01, 2009 8:11 pm

If you are ever in the Charleston area check out Sublime Pies. They have won national awards for their Key Lime Pie.

http://www.sublimepiesandcakes.com/

Ugh It's much too hot here in the summer. I would rather be up near Canada at this time of year.
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Re: Vennison Tenderloin

Post by Ayres » Tue Sep 08, 2009 9:29 pm

One comment: I like to grill to medium and then slice into steaks. It keeps all the goodness inside, and makes the steaks much more tender.
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