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First Canadian Bacon Effort

post #1 of 8
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After a one week honey cure I apple wood smoked my first Canadian bacon pork loin.  I've never liked pork loin as most of the meat is the dryer light colored meat.  That said, I have changed my opinion of the loin.  I had meant to smoke it for a bit in the smoker and then finish it off in the oven, but over cooked it to 200 degrees.  Still, it has great flavor.

 

8 pound pork loin

Morton Tender Quick

1/3 cup honey

Cure one week

Apple wood smoked for 90 minutes at 190-200 degrees

Wrapped in foil and placed in conventional oven at 225 for about 3 hours

I meant to take it out at 160 Degrees, but over cooked to 200

 

Next up: Jack Daniels Bacon

 

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post #2 of 8
That looks great. Glad that it turned out great. I love it on a sandwich by its self.
post #3 of 8

 Not every 'mistake' is a bad thing. Sometimes you learn something great! Your CB looks great!

 

 

Mike

post #4 of 8

It looks good from here!

post #5 of 8

English muffin, canadian bacon, egg and cheese. Trust me.

post #6 of 8

looks great, now where's the pizza and pineapple to go with it? biggrin.gif

post #7 of 8

That looks really good.

 

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Originally Posted by raymo76 View Post

looks great, now where's the pizza and pineapple to go with it? biggrin.gif



This is the first thing my daughter asked whe I said  was making canadian bacon.

 

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The Bacon looks awsome.

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