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girding my (pork) loins

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I have a 10.7 lbs. pork loin in the freezer, and I have decided to smoke it.  I have been reading that they tend to dry out.  I was considering injecting instead of brining and marinating.  I am also considering covering it in bacon as well.  I was thinking about a rub as well.  I know they cook very quickly, what temperature do you like to cook at?  I am planning 275 to an IT of 145.  Thanks for your input and assistance.  

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I smoke my loins at 200-225 target temp of 215. I pull at 130 and put on the gas grill to crisp up the bacon weave. Finished IT is 145-150

get your self some Honey mustard and slather your loin then wrap in a bacon weave. 

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I smoke my loins at 200-225 target temp of 215. I pull at 130 and put on the gas grill to crisp up the bacon weave. Finished IT is 145-150

get your self some Honey mustard and slather your loin then wrap in a bacon weave. 


yeahthat.gif   Good advice. You may also consider stuffing the loin too.

 

 

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" Girding my Loins " ? icon_lol.gif Interesting way to descibe it... That 275* will work. Since you are using the Bacon check the meat at 135 IT if the Bacon is still pretty limp, go in a 400* oven to finish the roast to 145 and Crisp Bacon...JJ

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 bacon weave a loin ? will have to try that.

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