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As I mentioned on @keeperovdeflame's entry, my original thought was stuffed pork chops. However, my wife saw a good deal on pork tenderloins at Costco, so my plans changed. I like sausage stuffing and make it whenever I get a chance, so the menu was set.

 

Here are the ingredients:

 

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I did use spicy Italian sausage for the dressing. Only one for the sausage links and half of the onion.

 

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The tenderloins were too small to butterfly one and roll it up, like I had seen on several YouTube videos, so I cut a slit in both of the tenderloins to put the stuffing in.

 

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I stuffed them, put the thin end of one at the same end as the thick end of the other one and tied them together. I then rubbed them with McCormick's Grill Mates' apple wood rub.

 

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Then it was time to start the grill. I was going for 250-300 indirect. The grill stabilized at 225, and got up to 250 by the time the tenderloin was done.

 

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Pulled from the grill with an internal temperature of 240 - 245, depending on where it was measured. I rested it for 10 minutes before slicing.

 

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I was having this wine while I was cooking and with the meal.

 

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And the money shot:

 

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My wife and the neighbors thought it came out very good.

 

Edited by Golf Griller

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8 minutes ago, skreef said:

Looks yummy. I was going to cook a Tenderloin but you beat me to it. You did a great job better than I would have. 

Originally, I was going to do stuffed pork chops, but I got beat to that.

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