Okay, this is something that I have been confused on lately! I love pork tenderloin, which I have always bought at a butcher or vacuum-packaged at a grocery store... usually about 6 to 8 in. long, and about 2 to 3 in. in diameter, very tender and lean. Recently, I ordered, at a farmer's market, what was called a pork tenderloin sandwich, which was a huge piece of meat, battered, fried, fatty, flat, and odd-shaped. What was this digusting thing? Are they the same thing or am I calling one or the other the wrong name? Thanks for any help!