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  1. wingnut720

    Smokin' Pork Loin........A Bit Dry????

    Thanks everyone!! I appreciate the input. I guess if I'm going to do pulled pork for BBQ, I'll simply stick with butts. I'll try some of these other recipes for loin in the future. Again...many thanks!!!
  2. wingnut720

    Smokin' Pork Loin........A Bit Dry????

    Dang Chopsaw...got me droolin'...🤤🤤🤤
  3. wingnut720

    Smokin' Pork Loin........A Bit Dry????

    Thanks so much Jim!!!
  4. wingnut720

    Smokin' Pork Loin........A Bit Dry????

    Thanks so very much!!! That recipe of yours sounds DELICIOUS!!! Can't wait to try it!!!
  5. wingnut720

    Smokin' Pork Loin........A Bit Dry????

    While at Costco the other day, grabbing a couple of pork bellies to make bacon, I picked up a beautiful 9lb pork loin with the intention of smoking it using Malcolm Reed's "best pulled pork" recipe. I have had great results with butts...so why not loin. I cut it in 3-3lb pieces and injected...
  6. wingnut720

    Bearcarver's Advice Lives On

    Thanks Chopsaw...that I'm a woodworker as well for the past 50+ years. Makes me appreciate Bear's writings all the more. Did these playing in my shop today... I guess it's ok on our smoking site as I did smoke the venison originally attached to the antlers used...LOL
  7. wingnut720

    Bearcarver's Advice Lives On

    Thanks Chopsaw!!!
  8. wingnut720

    Bearcarver's Advice Lives On

    Even though I'm 68 years young, and have been smoking with an old electric Brinkman Gourmet for probably 20 years, I'm still a "newbie" to this group. Last week, my wife encouraged me to "upgrade" to a Mastercraft electric so I could smoke several items at the same time...something my Brinkman...
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