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New Pork Rub from Tennesee Gourmet

Guest Author - Deborah Adams

You know the name and if you've tried the products you'll know why Tennessee Gourmet is one of my favorite places for great sauces, jellies and many other products.

Their latest Pork Rub is going to knock your socks off! One of their many great products the pork rub is savory and just right.
Not only is it packed full of flavor that enhances the pork but you can use it in recipes as well.

You all appreciate great taste and quality in the products you buy and I know you won't be disappointed when you try Tennessee Gourmet! I have never been let down by their products.

One of the ways I've used it is in ground pork/beef to flavor the meat before grilling into a burger. I've also spread it on pork ribs before grilling with delicious results!

One of their recipes you can get on their site is below. Be sure and look at their other recipes while you are there.

Savory Pork Roast

1 boneless center-cut pork roast (about 3 pounds)
1 cup water, divided
2 Tbsp. Extra Virgin Olive Oil
1 package McCormick® Pork Gravy Mix
3 Tbsp. Tennessee Groumet® Savory Pork Rub
1/4 cup sour cream, room temperature

Preheat oven to 350° F.

Place roadt on rack roasting pan with fat side down. Rub entire surface with oil. Coat roast evenly with Savory.

Roast pork 1 1/4 hours or desired doneness. Transfer pork to cutting board or serving platter. Cover loosely with foil.

Add half the water to pan and scrape down the tasty bits. Pour pan drippings from roasting pan and additional water into a medium saucepan. Whisk in gravy mix. Stirring frequently, cook on medium heat until gravy comes to boil. Reduce heat to low; simmer 1 minute and whisk sour cream. Serve with sliced pork.



On their site, not only will you find this great rub but you'll find pepper jelly, sauces, more rubs and other products as well as several gift baskets and more.
Check out Tennessee Gourmet! They have many other great products you'll want to see. Visit them at www.tngourmet.com/ and see what all they have to offer your tastebuds!

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