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Caribbean Pork Loin/ Fennel rubbed Tenderloin

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Wow its nasty outside, windy as can be and i think i see some small snow flurrys flying around...

 

My buddy at work wanted me to smoke a Caribbean Jerk Loin for him so its in the smoker..

i put a couple tenderloins in there as well, 1 with a Fennel rub on it with just a tad of brown sugar sprinkled over it..The other is my fav. Roasted garlic,Seasoned salt and good ole Pepper.. they went in at 06:45 am.

 

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And I am still running the A/C..... Just ain't right!

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yea, i feel sorry for smoker being out in the cold working itself to death - LOL

 

I like it down south but those hot humid summers make it like a sauna..

post #4 of 15
Looking great so far Bark. Stay warm up there!
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Thanks...

 

Texas, I drove all day in Texas once and never left the state,did 668 miles and had 2 Q dinners lol... good roadside stands down there...

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Lookin' Good!
post #7 of 15
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1.5 hrs and the little Tenderloins are almost done...

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Thanks...

Texas, I drove all day in Texas once and never left the state,did 668 miles and had 2 Q dinners lol... good roadside stands down there...
Ive made a motorcycle ride.. from tip to toe of Texas. Crazy big. El Paso is closer to Los Angeles than Dallas where I live...
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Dallas/Fort Worth area is pretty nice compared to Laredo,TX i would get down by the border and have a hard time getting back up north, usually a Dallas run then try to get back home was even harder.. The freight out there likes to run north n south... BIGGGGGGG state... I cant remember how wide it is but im thinking over 750 miles ...

post #10 of 15
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Tenderloin- Good moisture content on these lil fellas..

 

 

 

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Thanks...

 

Texas, I drove all day in Texas once and never left the state,did 668 miles and had 2 Q dinners lol... good roadside stands down there...

 

You should get that truck tuned up.........LOL

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Glad im out of it because your rite... Damn govenors should be outlawed...

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Caribbean Loin- done

Cut in half for transport ... cooler was to short... im off to bed..

post #14 of 15

Looks great!

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Thanks,, the salt pepper n garlic t-loin was pretty dang good... the Fennel was a little heavy on the Fennel flavor so I need to work on that some more, it was good just a little strong..

The loin was for my buddy at work, when I got it cooled down I used some Apple juice and brown sugar and just coated it a couple times ... yea, I had a small piece,, best one I have made so far.. I made some notes and been going by them when I smoke the same recipe again, sometimes I make changes or small adjustments, its starting to pay off ... Im really happy with this Loin as far as moisture content, taste, color, tenderness... Im getting there, where ever that may be...lol

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