Hello All, I have been a regular reader and have tried my hand at several meats over the last few months. I got a smoker/grill for christmas and have tried everything from Jeff's wonderful chicken to pulled pork to brisket. By the way, if you have not tried Jeff's Chicken I suggest you get off the computer and Get R' Done. If you like a little spicey, I suggest you add a little cayan pepper and White Pepper to your rub. Anyway, today is the day we will celebrate my Mother_in_law, Brother_in_law and Nephew birthday, so I decided I would throw a couple of chickens on the smoker last night to have ready for the party this evening. Being that I work during the day, I had to do it last night, but don't worry, the chicken recipe is just fine heated up. As I strolled down the meat isle at the local store, I came upon the Pork section, and decided that I would throw a tenderloin on while the chickens were brazing. Man, let me tell you what, that's some good stuff. I got the pork rubbed in mustard and Head Country All Purpose Rub, then cranked the fire up in the smoker. This was my first time using lump charcoal so my fire was a little hot, but after one flip of the meat and three hours later, I was eating some of the best tasting pork tenderloin that I have ever had. Going to go pick up another at the store, and throw it on this evening in hopes to get it done before the party is over for everyone to enjoy. Thanks for all the great recipe's that everyone has supplied.