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Pinwheel'd Pork Loin w/ spinich and feta

post #1 of 10
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Went to Costco and picked up a whole pork loin for $18, cut 2/3 of it into thick chops for later dinners and decided to pinwheel the other third.

 

Got it all sliced and layed out, rubbed with olive oil, lemon & thym seasoning, and cracked black pepper. Then piled high with spinich and feta.

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Rolled it up and used a dozen toothpicks to hold it together and tossed it into the fridge for an hour or so, then got the WSM ready with lump charcoal and hickory.

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Once the WSM was up to 250° I tossed it on and got the probe set.

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Was running with a dry water pan and let the lid therm ride between 250° & 275°. Here it is about 1 hr. after I put it in. Starting to look good!

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Let it go for 2 hrs. till it hit 155° internal temp. Then pulled it to rest for about 15 min.

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A little slice of the end to check my handy work. biggrin.gif

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Served up with some red potato's and caesar salad....... Ooooh Yeah! Nothing but net!

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.... and  a little "bear view"....

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Dinner was good.... nap time now!

post #2 of 10

Looks mighty moist there Johnny! drool.gif

post #3 of 10

Looks awesome Johnny! But no bacon wrap?   pig.gif

post #4 of 10

Great Job Johnny !  (Job-Johnny?)

 

And a perfectly Awesome BearView of my kinda plate, at the end!!!!

 

I zoomed in, and I think I felt like I was walking around between those roasted reds, working my way toward those beautiful Pork slices!!!

Then I woke up!!!

 

One Helluva experience!!!

 

Thanks Johnny,

Bear

post #5 of 10
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Originally Posted by SmokinAl View Post

Looks awesome Johnny! But no bacon wrap?   pig.gif


Trust me.... it did cross my mind! LOL   But I didn't want to drown out the the lemon thym seasoning.
 

 



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Originally Posted by Bearcarver View Post

Great Job Johnny !  (Job-Johnny?)

 

And a perfectly Awesome BearView of my kinda plate, at the end!!!!

 

I zoomed in, and I think I felt like I was walking around between those roasted reds, working my way toward those beautiful Pork slices!!!

Then I woke up!!!

 

One Helluva experience!!!

 

Thanks Johnny,

Bear



I've had dreams like that! Had one about eating a giant marshmallow.... then woke up and my pillow was gone! smiley_snowball.gif

 



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Originally Posted by meateater View Post

Looks mighty moist there Johnny! drool.gif



Thanks Meat, it was very moist and tender. I think the steam from the spinich really helps keep it moist on the inside.

 

post #6 of 10

Looking GREAT, Johnny!  and with my very favorite sides, too. All looks terrific! Cheers!

post #7 of 10

Beautiful plate of food.

 

Good luck and good smoking.

post #8 of 10

Great job (as usual) Johnny,

Thanks for the Qview  thumb1.gif

post #9 of 10
Looks mighty tasty nice job:grilling_smilie:
post #10 of 10

Looking great my friend. Love me some pork

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