Honey had a good idea. We had two packs of pork tenderloins (2 per pack). She told me to season them up, wrap them in bacon and let's try a little peach wood to smoke them with. It turned out pretty good.
Butterflied each tenderloin and seasoned with salt, pepper, garlic, thyme, and rosemary. Then closed them back up. Put them thick end to thin end and wrapped them in the almighty bacon.
Then on the smoker...
About 2 hours later and an IT of 160... It cooked quicker than I thought it would. I would have liked to pull it 15 minutes earlier.
You can see my wife stole the lone strip of bacon that was sitting on top of one of them, but here is the shot after they were cut.
Turned out really good. Peach smoke was awesome with the pork and really stuck to the bacon. Juice was running off the cutting board by the time I had sliced up one half. Served it in thin slices with a drizzle (wife made me use this word, but it does fit) of a concoction of reduced apple juice, sherry, butter, and a little honey. Even the pickiest eater in my family (13 year old daughter) has been roaming through the kitchen and snagging a few bites after dinner. Wife suggested it. I cooked it. Everyone liked it. It makes you feel good when the whole family is happy! Now Daddy can have a stiff drink and relax.