🔥 What's cooking on your SmokeFire?

You always have some good looking food coming off that grill @JpsBBQ (y)

I have a pork tenderloin on the smoker right now. This is my first time smoking one of those, excited to see how it comes out!
Good eats await you!
 
Did a pork tenderloin fillet on the Weber Smokefire tonight for the first time, what a great piece of meat to cook with.

Cooked for 50 minutes at 240F pulled it off the grill at 145F IT and rested for 10 minutes. Used warm honey mixed with apple juice as the binder with a light dusting of Meat Church Honey Bacon BBQ Rub. Glazed with the remainder of the warmed honey when it reached 130F.

Really moist piece of meat, bags of flavour, sliced and served with Caramelised red onion and mushroom, cooked over a low heat for about the same time it took to cook the tenderloin.

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Looks great @whoareya ! I didn't get any photos of mine cut up, but here's what it looked like right off the smoker:

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Did a pork tenderloin fillet on the Weber Smokefire tonight for the first time, what a great piece of meat to cook with.

Cooked for 50 minutes at 240F pulled it off the grill at 145F IT and rested for 10 minutes. Used warm honey mixed with apple juice as the binder with a light dusting of Meat Church Honey Bacon BBQ Rub. Glazed with the remainder of the warmed honey when it reached 130F.

Really moist piece of meat, bags of flavour, sliced and served with Caramelised red onion and mushroom, cooked over a low heat for about the same time it took to cook the tenderloin.

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Maybe the best bang for the Buck out there. I’ve been cooking them for years. We love a nice coffee rubbed pork tenderloin. I usually cook whole or truss two together end to end and then slice into individual medallions. 🤤

Great looking sandwich
 
Looks lovely, what weight Pork Tenderloins do you get in the states? Ours range between 5-700g at the most, that looks heavier than I've seen before
Those look to be a portion of the loin, not tenderloin but not 💯
 
Looks lovely, what weight Pork Tenderloins do you get in the states? Ours range between 5-700g at the most, that looks heavier than I've seen before

I'm not quite sure, it was from Costco. 🤷‍♂️
 
Did a pork tenderloin fillet on the Weber Smokefire tonight for the first time, what a great piece of meat to cook with.

Cooked for 50 minutes at 240F pulled it off the grill at 145F IT and rested for 10 minutes. Used warm honey mixed with apple juice as the binder with a light dusting of Meat Church Honey Bacon BBQ Rub. Glazed with the remainder of the warmed honey when it reached 130F.

Really moist piece of meat, bags of flavour, sliced and served with Caramelised red onion and mushroom, cooked over a low heat for about the same time it took to cook the tenderloin.

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That looks delicious!
 
Summertime! Wish I had some sweet corn.

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And we’re off!

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