Pork Loin Leftovers I know the first two were posted before, I added another one and figured I would post the whole article. The next day after a successful cook on the pit you open up the refrigerator and take out the Pork Loin and slice into it and it's dry WTF, What do I do now, dam, I must have overcooked this thing but what gives... it was moist last night, oh well! Try this. Crisis averted, even the kids like this! So you open up the chest freezer and you find a pork loin that was cooked a while ago you look at the date and its almost a year old, OMG NO! But hey, the seal looks good so you "quick thaw" in the microwave knowing that you very well may destroy the meat but you figure you got a free meal, sort of anyway, well it's that or order $40.00 worth of food from the pizza joint. You slice into it and are impressed that it's wonderfully moist and flavorful, hmmm... this must be the Brined Loin. As you keep slicing the loin you realize the kids wont eat it or the wife, they'll all say oooh, its Gummy, DAM Kids. OK what to do? what to do? Probing through the seemingly bottomless freezer you find a bag of stir fry that's been sitting in there forever, BINGO, hell I'll throw in some angel hair pasta as well, lookee here a bunch of packets of Soy Sauce from the Chinese restaurant. You are gold! OK... you get home and the wife unit is working late, the first thing you hear when you walk in the door is, "Dad, what's for dinner". Your eyes roll!! No cash in the wallet and the food shopping has yet to be done so you open up the fridge and the first thing you see is that loin, the never ending pork loin, just like the never ending "Gob Stopper" from Willy Wonka. You say to yourself, there's no way the kids will eat pork again, you start to scheme and think, cheesesteaks! Cheese to the rescue! You figure this is great for the kids and their unrefined taste buds but what about ME! OK lets take care of that! More cheese! Holy CHIT! LOOK AT THAT MESS! Dam! the oldest daughter just walked in with her BF better make a couple more. Guess who this one is for? Total success and I say that in all honesty, feeding my family of picky eaters is a challenge at times, especially when I just use up whatever is in the freezer.