This is a quick and easy way to prepare a piece of pork loin for "can't miss" results. Your family or guests will love this and you don't have to stand guard at the grill. Using a ceramic grill(my choice is a Primo Oval) with some type of heat shield, get the heat up to 350° or higher, put the loin in, then go have a drink or four and visit with your gang.
**Notice the knife,, it's a relic that William gave me. It had a huge knick in the blade and was covered with rust. It appears to have been made using the same process that was used to make quality medieval swords way back when Char-Woody was a small boy.
The bacon is sacrificial and allows high grilling temps to get the lean pork done without causing any trauma to it. Use indirect heat and cook the "h-e-double toothpicks" out of it. Make that bacon crisp before even thinking about taking it's temperature. The pork will go beyond done but will still be tender and moist.
It took about 3 hours at 350° on a rack sitting inside an aluminum pan which was used to create a heat shield. We took it off the grill when the internal temp hit 165° and let it rest wrapped in foil for half an hour or so..
It was delicious. Tender and moist. There was a trace of yellow from the mustard under the bacon covering so probably a 400° grill would have been perfect. Oh yeah, and the bacon was most fine. My thanks to the pigs who supplied the products. Hogs rule!