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Two pork tenderloins with some homemade rub spun for about 40 minutes. Used the basket splitter and put the corn on the searing grate over the hot side. Corn was on for about 30 minutes.




Everything was fantastic. The pork was so moist, it made a squishing sound when I sliced it.


Sorry sports pork fans, no plated pictures.


ETA: Apple must have changed something. I used to be able to take pictures with my iPhone held a certain way and they'd post correctly. Now they are all sideways.

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