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Pork loin before the turkey storm!

mike5051

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I've got a 7 lb boneless loin on the Weber kettle.  I needed the full 22.5 inches of grate for this hunk.  I rubbed it with mustard and Jeff's rub.  Cooking it indirect until IT of 145.  It's my first loin!  


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  2 hrs later, IT 145.  I didn't monitor the smoker temp.  If it's dry, I'll cook it slower next time.  Like I said, I ain't done a loin before.


I wrapped it in foil and will let it rest an hour before slicing.  I gotta go make the rosemary roasted potatos!

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It is juicy and full of flavor!  Better then pork chops exclaimed my Fiance!  Success!


Thanks for looking!

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Looks great Mike


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Nice job Mike!

Pork loins are a big favorite around here.

I love the flavor & they are so cheap at Sam's.

Al
 

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