This had a very good taste, but DO NOT use pork tenderloin. After I let it rest and then cut it up into pieces, it was juicy and tender. I ate several while cutting. After I put it in the hot chowder, the chunks turned tough, chewy and dry tasting. It was only 2 or 3 minutes between them going in and serving. I'd use pork butt cut into small pieces, seasoned well, and then cooked until almost tender before adding the potatoes, or maybe use lardons of bacon. I'd also use just potatoes and skip the beans. They just seemed out 9f place to me.