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Grilled Pork Loin and Roasted Apples


1 Pork Loin

Your favorite BBQ Rub

Frayser Gator Sauce (seriously, the best BBQ sauce I have ever tasted and I'm not being paid to say that). You can buy it HERE.


  1. Heat up your grill. If you're using a gas grill, set it to MEDIUM-HIGH. If you're using a charcoal grill, attempt a MEDIUM-HIGH temperature and offset if you need to.

  2. My Loin had a flat side and a more rounded side. Score the more rounded or top side. This simply creates more surface area for your rub.

  3. Rub it good with your favorite BBQ Rub.

  4. Place the loin on the grill and cook it for about 2 minutes. Rotate and cook each side for about 2 minutes. As it begins to cook, insert a meat probe or instant read thermometer. Keep cooking and rotating until the internal temperature is about 120°F. At that point, brush on the Frayser Gator Sauce and continue to rotate every 2 minutes and apply as much sauce as you like.

  5. One the internal temperature is 140°F, remove it from the gill and let is rest for about 5-10 minutes.

  6. Slice and serve with roasted apples. This particular sauce is so good and so flavorful that you may not need to apply more.


Granny Smith Apples






  1. Slice Apples and remove core material.

  2. In a bowl, melt the Butter in the microwave for a few seconds. Add the Apples, Cinnamon, and Sugar and toss them together.

  3. Place apple mixture on a sheet of aluminum foil big enough to wrap them completely and add a splash of Whiskey. (*** If you are a non-drinker, don't worry. The alcohol will cook out of this. It's just to add flavor. Don't worry. We won't tell anyone if you add it.)

  4. Wrap the foil into a packet and toss on the corner of the grill away from direct heat. Flip it over every now and then and remove it once it feel soft.

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