Center Cut Loin

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msmith

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Smoked a 5lb center cut loin for new yrs dinner. Coated it with mustard then rubbed it down with jeffs rib rub. Also fixed up a small head of cabbage to go with it. Ran the smoker at 240* using pecan wood. Smoked loin until internal temp was 145*. Then coated it with mahongy sauce ( Dutches reciepe) and let smoke for 30 min more. I started at 12:00 and pulled both off at 3:00. I believe that I out did myself this time, Ive never had one turn out as tender and juicy as this one. The cabbage also was right on the money, could have not had a better day than today.

Dutch all I can say about your sauce is---- Shut up and pass the sauce. Excellent.
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msmith

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Thanks for the compliments, the loin was very good. Up in Smoke I do have the cabbage listed under veggies. The only part I forgot was to use medium to small heads the big ones are to tough. Guess i need to edit it. I dont use a thermometer on it you can tell when its done by feeling it. It will feel very soft. Then get ready for some good eating.
 

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Up in Smoke, it is actually in the Grilling Section under Veggies there. It looks incredible. Shoot, it's got bacon and butter so it has to be good.
 

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Marvin, Glad you enjoyed the recipe, I almost said to meself "What?? No Wicked Baked Beans?" :P
Nice pic's.