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Old 03-17-2008, 09:22 PM   #1
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pork wrapped pork with grilled tater wedges

I cut a pork tenderloin into medallions and wrapped each one with bacon. I seasoned them exposed pork/flat sides with Pig Pounda Kappa rub and allowed it to melt into the meat. Next time I may put some on the bacon as well. I grilled them direct over Natures mesquite lump charcoal. The taters were placed in sandwich bags and nuked for ten minutes in the microwave to partially cook them. I placed them on my grill topper and finished them on the grill. They were served with melted butter/kosher salt/fresh ground black pepper.

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I could eat on that. Looks real good.
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Old 03-17-2008, 11:05 PM   #3
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Looks good Blaze. Where are you and what are you cooking on? I like the idea of nuking the spuds for a while and then finishing them off on the grill. I'm going to give that a try.
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Looks good Blaze. Where are you and what are you cooking on? I like the idea of nuking the spuds for a while and then finishing them off on the grill. I'm going to give that a try.
I'm in Northeast Georgia. These were grilled on a Weber 22.5" One Touch Gold.

Nuking the spuds in the plastic buds is a lot easier than parboiling them. If I am cooking in cast iron, I just chop/slice them and throw them in some olive oil, but if cooking on the grill they are much easier to do the other way. I have found they will burn prior to getting done unless they are foiled.
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Thanks for the plastic bag tip. That all looks great.
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Old 03-18-2008, 06:30 AM   #6
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Looks real good, have to give it a try. Thanks
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Great idea. Looks very tasty!!! thanks for sharing...
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Thanks for all of the kind words.
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Lookin good...looking good!
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