7. Heat your grill to medium high and the toss on the tenderloin.
8. Cook it about 10 minutes on each side. You'll know it's ready when you pick it up in the center with tongs and it's not floppy. When you have a solid piece of meat, take it off the grill.
9. Let it sit for 10 minutes so the juices can redistribute.
NOTE: Never cut into a piece of meat right after you take it off the heat. The juices will run everywhere and your meat will be dry. Let it sit for a few minutes so the juices can redistribute evenly.
10. Then cut and serve. (The peas are optional. Todd's a picky veggie guy but he likes peas. Therefore I kept it simple.)
So there you go. Enjoy your pork!