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  1. #1
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    Default Pork tenderloin, 2 ways, Thanks Tom for the idea

    I caught Pork Tenderloins for $4 off a while back so I grabbed a few. I saw Tomshoots post on pig eye's so thought I'd do something similar with the tenders. I sliced 6 or 7 medallions off, started off by letting them sit in some worcestershire then seasoned with a little head country. On to the grill they went. Once finished, I brushed on some Lawry's honey teriyaki marinade. Thanks for the idea Tom. VERY good stuff. Only got to take a few pics as they didn't last long.


    I also took the smaller ends of the 2 tenderloins, seasoned with the Smokin in the dark rub and grilled. Nothing special but I'm liking this rub more and more each day. Just trying it on different stuff. The spicy is a tad bit hot at the end. I'd be interested in finding some of their medium as I'm not sure everyone will like the heat level of the spicy. Here are a few pics of the tenderloins:



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    Lookin good, Brother!
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    Nice!
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    John

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    Very well done.

    Pork tenderloin is like chicken in that it is a blank canvas waiting for flavor to be painted onto it.


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    Sweeeet!

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    "Once I thought I was wrong, but I was mistaken."
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    *****, I got to get me some honey teriyaki marinade

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