There was only three of us for this Christmas. My family lives in Kansas City, my oldest daughter just moved to Minneapolis. It was my wife, youngest daughter and I.
I was pulling for prime rib, but my wife wanted pork loin. I rubbed it with mustard and the sage and rosemary that are still growing on my patio. Roasted over high indirect heat on the Weber with some cherry wood. Served with Yukon gold potatoes baked in mornay and some really nice green beans and some home made rolls. Loin was served with a white wine, dijon mustard and lemon sauce.
Leftovers may have been better. I was wanting subs, but the store was closed so I made KA's sub rolls using an over night starter. These came out great, I was worried they'd be too tough but that wasn't the case. I sauteed onions, green peppers and mushrooms, sliced the leftover loin thinly and grilled it, finished with some gruyere. I wrapped the sandwiches in foil and baked for about 15 minutes.