Apparently Labor Day marks the end of the summer grilling season. If you look at a calendar, you’ll notice that there are at least a couple of weekends remaining before summer is over, so I don’t understand everyone being in such a rush to put their grills away.
Around here we don’t care what season it is, but more about what seasonings we have to cook with. And for those of you looking to extend your grilling season, I have just the thing; Grilled Sweet Tea & Soy Pork Tenderloin. For those that care, here’s what it looks like on the grill.
This is a recipe from my friends at McCormick. It happens to be part of their Grilling Flavor Forecast and has been a recipe I’ve been meaning to try all summer but just hadn’t got around to. Based on the results, I’m wishing I hadn’t waited so long…
I’ve been pretty busy this summer, and this weekend was no exception (they don’t call it Labor Day for nothing). As it turns out, this was dead simple to make and didn’t require any unusual ingredients from the pantry (most everybody reading this has soy sauce, cider vinegar, and vegetable oil of some sort sitting around). As long as you have a couple of pork tenderloins and a package of Grill Mates® Smokin’ Sweet Tea Marinade you’re good to go.
So what are you waiting for? Summer is almost over.
Yep, I’m getting compensation for this post. My friends at McCormick provided me with a package of Grill Mates® Smokin’ Sweet Tea Marinade. If you happen to see them, tell them to send more. And no FTC staff were fed in the making of this meal. Nor are they invited to any in the future.