Thursday, June 10, 2010

Leftover Pork Tenderloin Version 1

I know lots of people do not like to eat leftovers, but I’m not one of them-as a matter of fact there are a few things I even prefer leftover. So when Bev cooked the whole pork tenderloin the other day, I immediately planned out two breakfast meals. So what do you do with leftover tenderloin and biscuits – I’m glad you asked.

You fry up a couple of over-very-easy eggs – bet that surprised you – nuke the biscuit and pork, put the pork in the toaster oven for a few minutes to crisp the crust and dig in. In this case, dig in meant dunking the biscuit in the yolk as dippy eggs.

Mighty fine eats if I do say so myself.

For those at the blogger party, remember the bird we were trying to identify. Thanks to my Peterson Bird guide and the web, I believe it is a Green Heron.

And finally, it's a hard job, but someone has to do this kind of work - blogger party pontoon boat driver that is - Chris Grove (Nibble Me This) sent this to me.

Have a great day and thanks for stopping by.



  1. Great picture Larry... I also love my fried eggs over VERY easy... I love the dippin' part of the egg... YUM!!!! AND---we enjoy leftovers also. It's fun to see how creative we can be when we have leftovers.

  2. Sometimes we have some leftovers, but only when there's been a mass college exodus, and I haven't mentally cut the pounds of food I cook. Then, of course, it's all eaten at lunch the next day. I never get a fancy breakfast like yours!

  3. :::sigh Just one look at that breakfast and I was instantly hungry! Good job on the Green Heron, usually they're more concealed than that. He's showing off. We get one every once in a while in Colorado, always a treat to see. Now, for that illusive rare bird in the last photo...a Tenessee species of some sort. :-)

  4. LOL - Definitely a rare species.

  5. How wonderful you were able to identify the species! I can see you put your leftovers to good use. Have a great day. Blessings...Mary


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