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Grilled Pork Tenderloin

Grilled Pork Tenderloin

Grilling pork tenderloin can be an effortless endeavor into backyard cuisine!

When selecting a cut of meat for the grill, one will often encounter pork loin and pork tenderloin in the meat case.  What is the difference?  The pork loin is the tender, lean cut of meat from the back of the animal, often packaged as a whole pork loin, boneless chops or as a pork loin roast.  The pork tenderloin is a portion of the group of loin muscles taken from the inside of the loin.  The tenderloin is leaner, smaller, more tender and most often packaged in pairs.  Tenderloin is often found braised or roasted, cut in medallions and served in a number of ways.  For a fantastic grilled tenderloin that is juicy and as lean as chicken, this simple method will have you grilling pork all season long.


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