LOL , I am starting this one out in laughter because I was thinking about how I was just making Greg pose for a picture so I can post in on a blog. Boy,... he had no idea what he was getting himself into. On the other hand, he was oohing and awing as we were eating this thing. I actually got this recipe from the Family Fun magazine at work, and it turned out delicious.
Add the tenderloins and let them marinate, covered, for 30min in the fridge.
While, the meat is marinating you mix up a glaze.
Stir together 1/2 cup peach preserves
1 Tbs. chopped fresh Rosemary (I am sure you can use dried- it just happened to be the only herb we actually have growing)!
Ta Da! I know doesn't look too yummy, but it gets better.
Remove the meat from the brine and rinse thoroughly. Now it says to pat it down and season it with pepper, but since my sister is Heather and her hubby is the Suzie Q master - were using Suzie Q!
Put the tenderloins on the grill and turn occasionally. When there is about 5-8 min until the meat is done, brush on the peach glaze. Side note: I think that it is a pre-requisite for any guy to get one of these red meat pans with their first grill. It reminds me of my dad's (the same exact Tupperware one).
When done put meat on cutting board and let sit for about 5 min to cool before cutting. Enjoy! You can serve them with the left over glaze as dipping sauce.