WIN a Snake River Farms Tenderloin for the Holidays!

November 5, 2012

Enter our sweepstakes for a chance to treat you and your family this holiday season with award-winning extra virgin olive oil, a delicious tenderloin, savory bacon and more! The sweepstakes begins today and ends on Thursday, November 8! Winners announced on Friday, November 9, 2012!

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Grand Prize (one awarded):

1. Snake River Farms Center Cut Tenderloin Roast (approx. 2 lbs and a $150.00 value!)
2. Snake River Farms hardwood Smoked Bacon
3. Two sets Chefs Favorites by California Olive Ranch - Miller's Blend and Arbequina extra virgin olive oils (4 bottles)
4. Signed copy of The Foodista Best of Food Blogs Cookbook
5. Foodista.com apron

2nd Prize (two awarded)

1. $75 gift certificate for Snake River Farms
2. A set of Chefs Favorites extra virgin olive oil by California Olive Ranch
3. Foodista.com apron

For additional opportunities to win, please visit the Snake River Farms fan page by clicking here.
 

Bacon Wrapped Tenderloin Roast
Note: Combine this savory dish with Bacon Roasted Brussel Sprouts for a perfect meal!

1 Snake River Farms Center Cut Tenderloin Roast (approx. 2 lbs)
3 Tbs California Olive Ranch Miller’s Blend extra virgin olive oil, plus another ¼ cup for basting
8 slices Snake River Farms Hardwood Smoked Bacon
1 Tbs Kosher salt
1 Tbs fresh ground black pepper
A bundle of fresh parsley, thyme, rosemary and sage tied together

Preheat oven 400’f.

Warm cast iron skillet over a med-high flame. Season tenderloin with salt and pepper. Add a “ring” of olive oil to the pan; sear roast on all sides until nicely browned; remove from pan.  Place bacon strips in lattice pattern across top of roast.  Place herb bouquet on  bacon and wrap with twine, securing the bacon and herbs. 

Place roast in 400’f oven. Baste with olive oil every 10 minutes for first 30 min. Reduce temperature to 350’f, continue roasting 10-15  minutes or until instant read thermometer reaches 135’f.  Remove from oven, rest for 8-10 minutes prior to carving.

Comments

suegene tatman's picture

This tenderloin looks amazing, would love too cook it for the holidays!

 




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