Pork tenderloin is both the leanest and most delicately flavored cut of meat to be found on our noble friend the swine. This combination makes it a perfect cut for sous vide; a long gentle cook avoids the common risk of drying out your tenderloin, and also gives it time to absorb flavor from its seasonings. In this case the flavor boost comes in the form of a coffee-based spice blend, which lends sweetness, spice, and a touch of bitterness. Paired with a Moroccan-inspired carrot quinoa salad, this dish makes for a satisfying, flavorful meal. We won’t hold the fact that it’s protein rich and low in fat against it.