1. One of the best tailgate foods and biggest Southern traditions is pork barbecue. Whether you are tailgating or just having a backyard get together with the family, BBQ is always a hit. So, the next time you get together for great food, whether it is for football or just for fun, try this 3-Step Lean Pork BBQ Recipe. The only difference with this 3-Step Lean Pork BBQ Recipe is that it is made with Pork Tenderloin, which is the leanest cut of pork.
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  2. The recipe for apricot ginger pork tenderloin is one of the delicious Weber bbq recipes you can make. This is particularly good for people with a garden full of herbs. Using fresh herbs is one of the best ways to make the food more flavorful. You can combine fresh herbs with some dried ones.
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  3. Whole Pork Tenderloins can be found in just about every grocery store. It's a fairly inexpensive cut of meat to marinate, rub, and cook low and slow on a smoker. And for large groups, it makes a perfect and easy dish to serve... one that is different and will have your quests complimenting you all night.
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  4. Preparing a pork tenderloin on the grill has got to be one of my favorite meals of all time.  It was a regular staple of my cooking arsenal years ago, but over the past few years I have been dealing with a charcoal grill rather than a gas grill, and for the way I like to grill pork tenderloin, it was just too much trouble with the small, portable charcoal grill I had (it was all I had access to).  I tried it several times, but not only was it a challenge getting a full pork loin to fit on that little grill, but I was never able to control the heat well enough to handle the cooking the way I wanted it done.  Now that I have a new Viking gas grill to work with... oh boy, oh boy, oh BOY!
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  5. Barbecue Pork Loin Roast Recipe