Using Berkshire Pork

So I chopped up some onions that I picked up at the Des Moines farmers market on Saturday, put them on some new potatoes. Ground on some salt and pepper, and drizzled over some olive oil as a base.

Then I scored the fat of the Berkshire Pork Loin (from Eden Farms), covered both sides with salt and pepper and then rubbed in a mixture of Maille Dijon Mustard, some Iowa Honey, and some Olive Oil. The Pork loin had a lovely layer of pork fat on it.

So after 15 minutes at 450F and another ~60 minutes at 350F the meat looks like this:

Berkshire Pork Loin with Honey Dijon Sauce

On the plate with the potatoes, onions and some wonderful Smoked Garlic and Chives bread from Uncle Wendell's.

Berkshire Pork Loin with Honey Dijon Sauce with New Potatoes, Onions and Smoked Garlic Bread

I think it turned out very well...and the pork...oh the delicious pork. It was so good.