Make this juicy, flavorful pork tenderloin with minimal grill cleanup afterward by cooking the meat in a hobo pack.
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I'm not one of those people who dismantle and scrub the grill after every use. In fact, I clean my grill at most two or three times a year. (Of course, I scrape and wipe the grates every time—I'm not a complete slug.) Hobo packs are such a great way to get smoky grilled flavor without making a huge mess. Plus, the meat and sauce are cooked together, eliminating the need for a saucepan. SEE RECIPE »