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Old 01-05-2007, 02:22 PM   #1
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Andoulle stuffed pork loin

So, I got experimental last night... stuffed a pork loin with an andoulle sausage and rubbed it down with Bad Byrons Butt rub.







the results were ok.... I liked the Butt Rub.. good flavor.. I learned that I should have poked some holes in the casing of the sausage to get some of that flavor into the loin.. or I should have cut the sausage up and added it to a spinach stuffing. It was good, just not quite as good as it could have been.
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Old 01-05-2007, 02:45 PM   #2
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Looks like a giant piece of sushi!

I really like BB's rub.
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Mmmmm ... Pork donnnnnut!

Looks good though !
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Looks good, how did you stuff the sausage (I know what an opening that is to you guys )? BTW, nice knife.
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Gary that looks good!! Maybe just scoring the sausages may have helped more! Great idea though!!
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Man I'll bet that tasted good!
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WOW! WTF happened to all the posts here? Man the forum goes down for any hour and like magic, posts disappear!
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