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Yesterday morning the wife asked me if I wanted to cook some dinner on the Egg... well... yeah! I made the mac & cheese recipe from the BGE cookbook once last summer and had been craving it since easter. The wife had made our "go to" mac & cheese recipe from Martha Stewart-- I wont comment on her, but her mac & cheese recipe is good. Never the less... I wanted that delicious recipe from the BGE cookbook. Now what to go with it. I flipped through the pork and seafood sections and found some interesting ideas. Then as I flipped to the back to look at the index it fell open to Ray Lampe's Coffee-Rubbed Pork Tenderloin with Peach Barbecue Drizzle page. She instantly said "What's that?!?!" We had our answer. I have made several iterations of coffee rubs and liked them all. This version, while less complicated than some, did not disappointed. I found the Drizzle to be quite tasty too. Of course, the mac & cheese was as I expected. There is subtle flavor in that dish that comes from the Worcestershire sauce and hot sauce that I really like. If you haven't tried them I would recommend giving both of these recipes a try. I will let the photos do the talking from here. I hope you enjoy.
It was a marvelous meal, a great night with good friends, and the reason I barbecue.