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Very Moist Pork Tenderloin -- BGE Rocks

mb99zzmb99zz Posts: 182
So, when I decided to buy an egg last year one of the selling points for me as I lurked on the forum was how moist food was.  I cooked a pork tenderloin this weekend and was really impressed at how moist it was....and my wife totally agreed.  It was awesome!   My technique was good and I made sure not to overcook the tenderloin.  Just had to post this...no pics though.  

Comments

  • I TOTALLY agree.  I LOVE Pork Tenderloin on the egg.  We made one last week with ButtRub, seared on GrillGrates (cross-hatch all the way around), then finished low and slow until 145 throughout.  Wayy better than any restaurant...
  • henapplehenapple Posts: 14,671
    It looks moist....
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  • ChubbsChubbs Posts: 5,585
    henapple said:
    It looks moist....

    =))
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  • mb99zz said:
    So, when I decided to buy an egg last year one of the selling points for me as I lurked on the forum was how moist food was.  I cooked a pork tenderloin this weekend and was really impressed at how moist it was....and my wife totally agreed.  It was awesome!   My technique was good and I made sure not to overcook the tenderloin.  Just had to post this...no pics though.  

    Agree 100%! Have you tried the recipe with the blackberry sauce yet? Just phenomenal.
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