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Bone in Loin w/Q-vue

post #1 of 22
Thread Starter 
Hi All,

Rubbed a bone in loin last night, and got up early this morning to smoke it. Came out tasty, tender and really, really moist. Mama loved it!

2 tbs Cayanne (next time I'll go w/1 tbs. I like 'kick' a lot, but this was a little too 'kickin')
1 tbs garlic powder
1 tbs onion powder
1 tbs oregano (leaf)
1 tbs basil (leaf)
1 tbs kosher salt
1 tbs pepper

Smoked on the little Weber grill w/straight cherry at 200-220 until internal temp hit 140. At that point I foiled it and continued to cook until 150 (in total, about 5 hours). Pulled it, wrapped in Cling Wrap, re-foiled and into a cooler for about an hour. Coated it w/the wife's sauce once out of the cooler and enjoyed! icon_lol.gif

I didn't take but a couple pictures today.

A little closer

Thanks for lookin'!!

post #2 of 22
Trout - that looks like a mouth watering piece of grub ya smoked up. Love the thickness of the smoke ring. The bone-in loin is something I can get for a reasonable price in the supermarket. I'm printing the rub recipe to give it a whirl! PDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
post #3 of 22
Very Nice!! icon_lol.gif
post #4 of 22
Troutbum, that is one fantstic looking hunk of meat. Impossible to find around here unless you special order....go figger!

You have done yourself proud, friend...and eaten well PDT_Armataz_01_22.gif

Those bones just beg to be grabbed! Points for your post, Trout
post #5 of 22
Pionts! It looks really great, just curious what style of sauce is the "wife's" ?
post #6 of 22
Very nice!
post #7 of 22
nice job Trout!!! i gotta give points for this one, great smoke ring as well. i am sure it was great stuff. any details on the sauce/glaze???
post #8 of 22
Very nice trout great smoke ring. I wish we could fight that cut down here I've never seen one.
post #9 of 22
Thread Starter 
Thanks a lot for the comments and points guys! Frankly, I didn't expect it w/only 2 pics (I was a little forgetful today . . . late night last night icon_confused.gif). I really appreciate it a lot!

The sauce that my wife makes was originally her mother's recipe, but she has tweaked it. She just does it off the top of her head, so I don't know it exactly, but it has the following for sure:

1) onion salt
2) garlic salt
3) celery seed (she grinds it in a mort and pestal)
4) cayanne
5) paprika
6) vinegar (I think she uses apple, though I don't know that it would really matter)
7) ketchup
8) brown sugar

That said, I am not a sweet sauce guy at all, so usually I try and talk her out of adding #8 (like I did today icon_lol.gif). Another option is that she'll dump mine in a bowl and add sugar to her's and cook it a bit longer, then we just slather it on our respective pieces of meat. It is really heavy on the vinegar which I just love. I wish I could be more specific w/amounts, but it's been made by her so many times that she now just throws stuff in the pot, but it tastes the same each and every time. Giver' a try though if it sounds good and just experiment a little.

Again, thanks to all of you for the kind comments!


P.S. Rivet & mballi - I can't believe you guys can't find it! That's a serious bummer!! Let me know when ya want one and I'll overnight it to you.
post #10 of 22
Ahh, bone in prime rib ala pork.

Good job and like many others said points. points.gif
post #11 of 22
Nice work Trout. Looks delicious.
post #12 of 22
Nice job Trout. That looks awesome....Points for that one....
post #13 of 22
That looks really good! Great job!
post #14 of 22
Thread Starter 
Thanks again y'all!

post #15 of 22
nice even with only 2 pics do it again with befor pics and i'll give ya points for that one too cause i'm sending points.gifyour way on this. my kind of loin thanks
post #16 of 22
Great looking loin - Looks tasty even if it has only 2 pic's! biggrin.gif
post #17 of 22
Mouth-waterin!! Real nice job Trout....points.gif
post #18 of 22

Very nice

Looks Real Good!! I might have to try and find the bone in and give it a try. Thanks for sharing.
post #19 of 22
Looks so good ISUtrout...and your wife's sauce sounds good. I'm like you, prefer the tangy vinegar flavor in my sauce. Awesome job on the loin.
post #20 of 22
Hey trout those look perfect! Funny I would have sworn I posted a reply to this thread yesterday...I must be loosing it. Anyway...did you french the bone some before you smoked it? It has great presentation and nice smoke ring.... This is now on my short list.
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