One pork tenderloin, about two pounds (or smaller, if you can find it).
Lawry's (Do you know about Lawry's? I'd never seen or heard of it until I made this recipe about a year ago, and it's never left my pantry since. I use it all the time. It's delicious on everything.)
Lemon-Pepper seasoning, if you can find it.
A couple tablespoons of whole peppercorns
Preheat the oven to 390F.
Pummel your peppercorns! Use a heavy can, a mallet, a rolling pin, or your husband's thick head to break those babies up. They don't need to be much more than cracked a couple times, but this'll still take you a few minutes.
Put your tenderloin on a baking sheet and sprinkle exceptionally liberally with Lawry's and the lemon-pepper seasoning. Roll it over to make sure you get all sides. Press the peppercorns onto the loin and stick it in the oven for about 45 minutes. Use a meat thermometer to make sure it's completely done, and enjoy the heck out of it. I got a couple bites here and there that were a touch salty for my taste, but overall, it was incredible. Moist, succulent, juicy, tender....just really exceptional. Enjoy!
Takes about an hour.