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my cute sausage-y loins

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Well, following in the footsteps of ThunderDome, as inspired by Dirt Bag,

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/102230/kielbasa-stuffed-pork-loin-qview

I just had to try this!  Happened to have a couple cute little tenderloins, about 1.25# each and a couple links of andouille and polish from my butcher.  Made the incision and tried not to giggle as a worked the sausages in. giggled anyway.   After I had...  the loins, they got a nice massage to make up for it with some horseradish sauce, dijon mustard, fresh parsley and my regular spicy rub. Tied the open end with string. 

Trying a couple of Wntrlnd's onions today, too.

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went in at 250 for not quite 2 hours. pulled at 170 and tented w/ foil just to hold for a short bit.

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here ya go

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Cheers! nothing like a yummy Belgian Ale with pork. Unless it's some other great tasting beer...

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not a pretty plate, but oven roasted spuds and sauteed cabbage w/apple

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got good reviews, and as usual, seemed better the next day. Hubby loved it in sammies.

Thanks DirtBag and ThunderDome!!!

post #2 of 15

Wow! That looks awsome. Wild pork on pork action made ya giggle?

post #3 of 15
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You have no idea. Well, actually, YOU probably do! wasn't sure whether to apologize to them or offer them a cigarette...

post #4 of 15

Might have been you who needed the cigarette from the way it sounds. I can see the big smile on your face and the twinkle in your eye as I sit here typing this.  yahoo.gifS&M is not new to you sister

 

Good looking food too beercheer.gif

post #5 of 15

ROFL, I love it!

 

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You have no idea. Well, actually, YOU probably do! wasn't sure whether to apologize to them or offer them a cigarette...

post #6 of 15

Thats funny and awesome in one post!!!  That looks like alot of prep work,but the result is incredible!!! great job

post #7 of 15
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yahoo.gifS&M is not new to you sister

 

 


 

 Are you perhaps recalling my fondness for poultry bondage, as well??    thanks for the beers!
 


 

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Thats funny and awesome in one post!!!  That looks like alot of prep work,but the result is incredible!!! great job

It's quite simple, check out the post by ThunderDome.  When I make up a rub, I always make extra and keep a good-sized shaker jar (like an empty costco spice size) with my other spices.  Comes in handy all the time.  The trickiest part was since my loins were small icon_eek.gif (well, that's another story), I wanted to not slice them in half. Trying to keep the knife straight down the length and not accidently cut through the meat - while making sure I was making a big enough slit for the sausages, I was really careful with that. thanks for the compliment!

 

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I saw that thread the other day and I also thought it looked pretty good but you have added a little dirtyness to it. Now it looks liek somethig I will have to try............HONEY come here.

post #9 of 15

That looks like a tasty meal right there now creative concept. How do you make your sauteed cabbage & apple?

post #10 of 15
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"That looks like a tasty meal right there now creative concept. How do you make your sauteed cabbage & apple?"

 

Well, really simple. Took half a head of cabbage and cut it up coarsely, had a nice big apple - not a fuji, but something similar, I usually use granny smith but this one was handy and held its shape and flavor really well, cored and cut into chunks.  Heated up a bit of olive oil and butter in a large skillet, added some caraway seed, old bay; then cabbage & apple, toss around a bit, add a pinch of sugar, cook couple minutes.  Add a little moisture, just enough to make a bit of steam; wine, beer or fruit juice.  I cover it long enough to help the thicker cabbage parts start cooking, 2-4 min.  Then the lid comes back off and a bit more saute action. I gave it a little shot of reduced balsamic syrup at the finish. I cook it til just tender, adjust seasonings. I try not to let it get watery or soft. The timing, amt of liquid added, and how long it steams depends on the produce itself, how much I have in the pan, and the size of the pieces.   I usually add chopped carrot for color and sweetness, too, but I didn't this time around.  Cabbage is a really versatile and easy veg. We eat it a lot.

post #11 of 15

Now how in the world did you get a inside smoke ring???   confused.gif    This is a SMF first folks!!!

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"That looks like a tasty meal right there now creative concept. How do you make your sauteed cabbage & apple?"

 

Well, really simple. Took half a head of cabbage and cut it up coarsely, had a nice big apple - not a fuji, but something similar, I usually use granny smith but this one was handy and held its shape and flavor really well, cored and cut into chunks.  Heated up a bit of olive oil and butter in a large skillet, added some caraway seed, old bay; then cabbage & apple, toss around a bit, add a pinch of sugar, cook couple minutes.  Add a little moisture, just enough to make a bit of steam; wine, beer or fruit juice.  I cover it long enough to help the thicker cabbage parts start cooking, 2-4 min.  Then the lid comes back off and a bit more saute action. I gave it a little shot of reduced balsamic syrup at the finish. I cook it til just tender, adjust seasonings. I try not to let it get watery or soft. The timing, amt of liquid added, and how long it steams depends on the produce itself, how much I have in the pan, and the size of the pieces.   I usually add chopped carrot for color and sweetness, too, but I didn't this time around.  Cabbage is a really versatile and easy veg. We eat it a lot.



We used to eat cabbage quite a bit growing up. My mother used to prepare it with butter and a little dill sometimes. So anyway, I've been thinking of making a  cabbage dish for a friend of mine who is quite fond of cabbage. Likes cabbage and dumplings and cabbage soup. When I saw this I thought it might go real well with something like ham or even sausages as you in a round about way have done.

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I was wondering about that too Meat. Maybe thats from the sausage?
 

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Now how in the world did you get a inside smoke ring???   confused.gif    This is a SMF first folks!!!

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I was wondering about that too Meat. Maybe thats from the sausage?
 

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Now how in the world did you get a inside smoke ring???   confused.gif    This is a SMF first folks!!!


 

Check out ThunderDome's loin biggrin.gif  - he got one first. and his is prettier than mine!          Had one in a fatty once,too, but it was from red chard in the filling!

http://www.smokingmeatforums.com/forum/thread/102230/kielbasa-stuffed-pork-loin-qview

 

post #15 of 15

That's one good looking meal you served up there missy. I've got to stay from this forum for a while. My to do list is getting huge. Thanks for your humorous play by play.

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