Tasty and tender--the ginger bourbon and dijon is a wonderful flavor combination! And so easy. Serve the grilled tenderloin medallions with a tossed salad or veggies, and your favorite potatoes or rice--delicious!! Note that meat needs to marinate at least 6 hours or overnight. Recipe is from Arlyn Hackett, a cookbook author and food historian. An interesting fact: In 1812, pork was the preferred meat for Americans. The great herds of cattle across the great plains had not yet been established. At the time, barbecue was rapidly becoming a popular way to prepare pork. However, barbecuing meat was done as a public event, using an enitre hog, or more often several hogs. Pork on the backyard grill did not catch on until after World War II.