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tenderloin/pineapple/bell pepper temp.

BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
edited 3:32AM in EggHead Forum
O.K., Have a tenderloin cut up into medallions placed on a bamboo skewer with pieces of bell pepper and pineapple in-between. What temp. would you recommend????
Thanks,
New Bob

Comments

  • PainterPainter Posts: 464
    New Bob, What are you going to be reading, grill temps or dome? lol
    Seriously, Doing kabobs are harder than people realize in that the different food items cook differently. Depending on size of pieces I would probably cook at 400 (dome) till pork is to your liking. The veggies might be tender crisp. (I prefer it that way)
    Painter

  • BordelloBordello Posts: 5,926
    Painter,
    Gad, what thermometer should I look at??? Hope to hell I don't get confused. Mr. Large has been running all day with nothing in him, need to get more lump.
    Thanks for the information on my kabobs, if the pepper and pineapple are a little over done it's O.K.
    Nothing ventured,nothing gained. ÿÿÿ
    Happy Egg-n,
    New Bob

  • Nature BoyNature Boy Posts: 8,448
    New Bob,
    Not to throw in another boomerang, but I really like to do my heeeeeebobs with the meat and veggies seperate. I like puttin a slice of sweet onion in between each chunk of meat, but doing the other veggies on seperatel skewers.[p]Just a personal pref. Let us know how it workd for you either way![p]Yuengling Black and Tans to ya.
    NB

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