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Old 01-22-2008, 12:04 PM   #1
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hey chuck... we all moved to http://www.getphpbb.com/phpbb/index.php ... ntralalter
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Old 01-22-2008, 12:08 PM   #2
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Nothin beats fried food, looks fine Chuck
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Old 01-22-2008, 12:12 PM   #3
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you mean i have been suffering for nothing?
Well not sure. I just checked the other site and Greg says this one is
back in business already......probably why it's working right now <smackingselfinhead>

BTW.... good looking grub!
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Old 01-23-2008, 08:27 AM   #4
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Chuck how many minutes per pounds did you go with?
And what temp, 350?
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Try a pork loin Chuck, if you cut into 4 to 6 inch peices it cooks quicker & yeilds more yummy bark/crust. Just roll it tonys or simular & drop it in the hot oil
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Try a pork loin Chuck, if you cut into 4 to 6 inch peices it cooks quicker & yeilds more yummy bark/crust. Just roll it tonys or simular & drop it in the hot oil
JB I already have a pork loin in the freezer. Picked it up on sale this week at Kroger. How hot and how long?[/quote:3gnkfox6]

325 for 8 to 9 min per pound. I fried my last ones till they were 155 internal.
The smaller they is the faster they cook. apply the tonys heavy on the washed wet lion
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Try a pork loin Chuck, if you cut into 4 to 6 inch peices it cooks quicker & yeilds more yummy bark/crust. Just roll it tonys or simular & drop it in the hot oil
JB I already have a pork loin in the freezer. Picked it up on sale this week at Kroger. How hot and how long?[/quote:12apag94]

325 for 8 to 9 min per pound. I fried my last ones till they were 155 internal.
The smaller they is the faster they cook. apply the tonys heavy on the washed wet lion[/quote:12apag94]


..and do so veerrrryyyyy carefully.
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[quote=Captain Morgan][quote="007bond-jb":nohubjja][quote="Chuck_050382":nohubjja]
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Try a pork loin Chuck, if you cut into 4 to 6 inch peices it cooks quicker & yeilds more yummy bark/crust. Just roll it tonys or simular & drop it in the hot oil
JB I already have a pork loin in the freezer. Picked it up on sale this week at Kroger. How hot and how long?[/quote:nohubjja]

325 for 8 to 9 min per pound. I fried my last ones till they were 155 internal.
The smaller they is the faster they cook. apply the tonys heavy on the washed wet lion[/quote:nohubjja]


..and do so veerrrryyyyy carefully.[/quote:nohubjja]

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