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Woohoo! Delightful flavours and richness, and just as good for leftovers later on in the week. Used a Danish blue as our store doesn't have Stilton in yet, but would prefer to use Stilton next time. For me Stilton is the ONLY blue cheese worth consuming, but I thought the other would be acceptable all melted down in a gravy, and it was, for sure, BUT I'm spoiled when it comes to blue cheeses. A wonderful dish that makes an ordinary meal into an extraordinary experience.

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woodland hues December 01, 2009

Wonderful!!! I too pulled the meat out at 155 and let it rest. I used FF half and half and Camboza cheese. Sauce would be great on beef or chicken. I used about 3/4 of a jalapeno but I think I could have used it all.

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IndyEater November 03, 2009

OMG...this was incredible! We all ADORED it. If I could give it 20 stars, i would. Such an odd combo of ingredients that make the most silky, tangy sauce and the pork was v. tender-I pulled it out at 155 and let it rest. Served with a simple risotto rice side. This is my new go-to company's company and you need to impress dinner. Plate licker, for sure!!!

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Liza at Food.com June 15, 2008
Pork Tenderloin With Stilton & Port