My entry into the 2009 Canadian Living Magazine Cook of the Year Contest. The recipe did not make the cut, but it is tasty and certainly worthy of sharing. You will note the absence of salt and/or pepper. I am thinking there is sufficient sodium and seasonings in the Teriyaki sauce and Dijon Mustard to justify eliminating additional seasoning from the recipe.... Salt/Sodium should never overpower other ingredients. If additional salt is requested, by all means, do provide it, but suggest that they taste first, and salt second. Pork Tenderloin can be purchased from your local supermarket in packages of two tenderloins, weighing approximately one kilo. This is usually sufficient for a dinner serving 4. This recipe was originally developed to serve 8; you will therefore require two packages of pork tenderloin - 2 loins per package..... As they say in Ontario "PUT PORK ON YOUR FORK".