(Family Features) Something about summer brings out cravings for grilled perfection. Whether it’s the unmistakable flavor of a slow smoked side of ribs or a flame-kissed tenderloin, you can’t go wrong when you pull out the grill.
Barbecue enthusiasts, who only let the best meats grace their grills and smokers, know marbling is one of the best indicators of quality meat. Marbling is the tiny flecks of fat in the meat itself. These melt throughout the grilling process to infuse every bite with tenderness and flavor.
When you’re planning your menu for your next summer cookout, look for an option like Chairman’s Reserve Pork, which has strict standards to ensure marbling is part of every cut. Each cut is hand-selected and hand-trimmed to guarantee tender, juicy and flavorful results.
Pork is the hero of this Grilled Pork Tenderloin and Vegetables recipe, giving you a delicious way to cure those summertime cravings. Find more grilling tips and recipes at chairmansreservemeats.com/recipes.
Recipe courtesy of pitmaster Tuffy Stone Prep time: 2 hours Cook time: 35 minutes Servings: 4
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