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Old 02-07-2011, 06:51 PM   #1
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Ok...I just had to make this recipe when I saw the pics from the http://www.wolfepit.blogspot.com/

I thought this was going to be good but it was even better than that. I truly outdid myself on this one. Everyone should make this at least once but if you make it once I'm pretty sure you will make it again it was that good. I knew it was going to be good when I ate one of the charred pieces of stuffing that came out of the pork and my face went like this . This fed four people with just enough for lunch the next day. I also made the apple ginger chutney that smokey lew posted. This was also great. This was cooked over charcoal at about 270 for almost three hours there may have been a slight flare up while i was drinking some wine.

We had a couple over for dinner who brought two bottles of their homemade petit-syrah yum...After making it through the first bottle. The daughter had called and said she was locked out of the house. So Anita went to let her in within a minute she was back inside saying "I forgot my key" Which turned into her boyfriend saying I don't have mine either. Long story short the mood changed a little. After we inhaled the food I rode with them to try and help them use a card to slide the lock open only to end up watching my buddy kick his door in. It was classic something right out of the movies. Anita says "Sorry for ruining your meal." I say "You didn't ruin it, I enjoyed some delicious pork and watched a door get kicked in!"

Ok Pics or it didn't happen:
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This is a pic of the chutney. It cooked down a lot more and came together. You only needed a small amount to match a bite full of pork.
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Old 02-07-2011, 06:55 PM   #2
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I want to see pics of the door kicked in! That would make a great video! Great looking loin!
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I agree with Nick; that must have been a sight to see!
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Wow...wow..wow...that looks killer!
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Great looking stuffed loin!!!
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Ditto what V9 said!
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Great cook and story. We love all the details. The juicier the better. Keep them comming.
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That does look mighty tasty. Been wanting to do a pork loin lately, looks like I just found my motivation.
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Mighty tasty looking indeed!
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Thanks guys. Yeah video or pics of the door would have been great but we were in the moment. It wasn't as great as the movies but hey it was still a door getting kicked in. I think he kicked twice but there might have been a third one. It just kind of popped open didn't go flying across the room or anything.

CG definitely try this out it was beyond what I expected. I have smoked ribs, loins, shoulders, chicken and this stands out. This was Gourmet. The stuffing is so tasty and the pork came out moist. When I cut it, it looked tasty had a little smoke ring on the edge and the inside was white. When I have done Pork Loins in the past they have come out tasty but the insides weren't quite as moist as I wanted this however was juicy.
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