Originally Posted by stovebolt
For sure don't cook it past 150. Loin is very lean and will dry out easily. I usually smoke about 225 or so and it seems ( I should keep records) loins take around 3 hours at that temp. No foiling, they don't need to braise. They are tender enough.
Originally Posted by SmokinVegasBaby
what about juicing and foiling??
my pork loin turned out fantastic! I smoked it for 4 hours (I timed it) at a constant temp of 225-230. After it reach the IT temp of 145, I took it out of the smoker, sprayed it with apple juice/apple cider mist and foiled it. I let in rest for 30 minutes because my grandbabies said they didn't want to wait for an hour lol. So my pork loin rested for 30 minutes only. I sliced some of it and made Cuban Sandwiches served with a savory Mojo sauce (pronounced MoHo) and it was enjoyed by all - especially my grandbabies here's my Q-view. Thanks for your help - Josie
P.S. have a lot of pork loin leftover - will make something tasty for lunch and dinner tonight :-)
Cuban Sandwiches made with my homemade Cuban bread served with a savory Mojo dipping sauce.............