Tuesday, April 21, 2009

My Homemade Meat Smoker Part Deux

In response to some interest over the smoker, here's a picture of the resulting pork tenderloin (you can click on the image for a larger, more mouth-watering version - my wife took the picture). I marinated it overnight, then put a simple rub on it (black pepper, salt, cayenne pepper & onion powder) and rolled it in crushed cashews. Unfortunately there was a little too much cayenne pepper in the rub and it overpowered the marinade and the cashews too (you could still taste the cashews just a little once you got used to the spiciness). It was still delicious, just spicy and delicious. God is indeed very good.

And it's no use asking for leftovers: There aren't any.


  1. I concur that it was very delicious. This may have to become a more regular part of our cooking repertoire.

  2. It looks very good. We'll have to return for another visit to get smoked meat.