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Loin&apples

raptor700

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4lb loin rubbed and coated with light brown sugarsmoked at 225* till internal 140* then covered with brown sugar cured bacon and smoked till160* I then removed the bacon and placed the loin in a pan with sliced apples,butter,and brown sugar then foiled!
 

raptor700

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For some reason I couldn't attach all the pics
 So here are the rest! I continued to smoke till internal 170*  then sliced and ready to serve!   It had a taste almost like a honey cured ham! Very tender too, Thanks for checkin it out!                                                                                                           
 

coffee_junkie

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man that looks REALLY GOOD! Way to go. Better than anything I did this weekend. 
 

squirrel

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Oh yummy. Pork loin and apples with brown sugar is one of my all time favorites! They compliment each other so well. Looks great too! Nice job!
 

dairyman

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Wow! Now that's what i'm talking about. That's going to the top of my to do list. How long did that take?
 

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Raptor that looks soo damn good!! Great job. One question though is why so high on the tenderloin?? Does it slice better at that higher temp??
 

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Man oh Man that loins looks awesome and I have a stuffed pork louin on my smoker right now. But Now you have me thinking of how I can change the whole thing to make one like you did.
 

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Man that looks good..now I got another recipe to try, Thanks for sharin the Q-view
 

raptor700

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  Thanks everyone, for the kind words!
Wow! Now that's what i'm talking about. That's going to the top of my to do list. How long did that take?
I didn't really time it (cook by temp not time) But I do remember it was atleast 5hrs


 
Raptor that looks soo damn good!! Great job. One question though is why so high on the tenderloin?? Does it slice better at that higher temp??
The only reason I went to 170* was I wanted it to steam a little and maybe soak up a little flavor from the apples and brown sugar! I was actually just tryin something different and finally it worked LOL! It did slice real nice, not too tender,not too tough it was(Just Right).
 

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Looks real good.  What did you do with the bacon?   Again the qview looks great.


Chalee
 

raptor700

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Looks real good.  What did you do with the bacon?   Again the qview looks great.


Chalee
Thanks,Cheap               
I threw the bacon back on and let it crisp up! It didn't go to waste.....MMMMmmmmmmmmm
 
 

meateater

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That looks awesome, what liquid did you use when you foiled?
 

raptor700

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That looks awesome, what liquid did you use when you foiled?
I added the sliced apples, 3/4 stick butter, and 1/2 cup brown sugar. And put on the smoker to warm up 20mins before the loin was ready to foil. The apples,butter, and sugar make a nice liquid!
 

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My wife made that (not in the smoker) last weekend in the crock pot, she also added chunks of sweet potatoes. I heard it was good, i was in bed sick. Looks good!
 

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Great job

Hell... I would say that qualifies as desert
 

cheesehead

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Wow that looks awesome. I have some CB curing might have to find another piece of loin to give this a whirl too!
 

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