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Unread 10-17-2011, 12:52 PM   #1
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Smile Beef Tenderloin, Roadside Chicken, ABTís, & Grilled Veggies!

I picked up a whole trimmed beef tenderloin at the meat market. It was just the perfect size:






I then rubbed with Rub Company Original, combined with seasoned pepper. After the meat was fully anointed, I wrapped it in plastic wrap and put into the fridge.



A bit later, The Missus made up some ABTís. We prefer a firmer cheese in our ABTís so instead of cream cheese, we used Colby jack. After the ABTís were assembled, I dusted them with Simply Marvelous Pecan, which goes really well on ABTís.





Next, we cut up a small young chicken, which would be cooked roadside style in the UDS. We then placed the chicken on a rack so the skin could dry out a bit:




We thought some veggies would be nice to grill up.




After slicing them, we marinated them in olive oil, garlic, and lemon pepper.




Time to start cooking! I fired up both the Kingsford Oval, and the UDS.



I cut two small pieces of pecan and oak and added them to the Oval, and put the tenderloin on:





When the UDS reached 300 degrees, I put the chicken and ABTís on:



At this point, my hands were full manning two cookers, so only had time to take pics of the tenderloin cooking. After about 15 mins, I flipped it:



Almost done:



Meanwhile, The Missus started on the veggies:



When the meat and ABT's were done, I brought them in for a rest:



After about 15 minutes, I cut the tenderloin:



The filet cut like butter:



At this point, we were famished, so no pics of everything plated, but the meal was fantastic! One of our guests had never eaten ABT's before, and he loved them.
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Unread 10-17-2011, 12:56 PM   #2
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Fantastic meal ya done there! That filet looks so good.
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what a great meal. filet wascooked perfectly.
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Great lookin' vittles Moose
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Believe it or not, I've never cooked a beef tenderloin. Well, I did try a couple of those el cheapo Ledbetter packs many years ago which were, um, pretty awful. I may have to break down one of these days after seeing this one, as it's gorgeous! The other menu items weren't too shabby either!
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That's the stuPh!
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Look great Moose
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That's how you do it! Looks excellent as always!
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Believe it or not, I've never cooked a beef tenderloin. Well, I did try a couple of those el cheapo Ledbetter packs many years ago which were, um, pretty awful. I may have to break down one of these days after seeing this one, as it's gorgeous! The other menu items weren't too shabby either!
Guerry, they have both Choice and Prime whole tenderloins at Costco at great prices. We trim them, then reserve about half as a roast, then cut the rest into steaks. The chain meat is superb for kebabs!
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Tenderloin looks awesome and I'll remember that pecan rub goes well with ABT's...
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OMG!!! That meal must have been amazing!!! Great photos too!
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Fabulous looking meal! Roadside chicken is always a favorite of mine but that beef wins the prize I think.
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Oh that looks good.............
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Hey Moose... Now that we are buddies, when do I get invited over for one of your fabulous feasts?
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