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Old 06-29-2009, 01:18 PM   #1
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Pork Loin and Jamaican jerk Sweet Potato

Sunday we made pork loin. Rubbed it with Reverend Marvin's as I am still on a Rev. Marvin's kick (will have to order more soon). Then rubbed in Knox's Chipotle BBQ and grilled, indirect. Also grilled sweet potatoes seasoned with Knox's Jamaican Jerk dry rub. The jerk seasoning with the sweet potato is a bit of a match made in heaven. I may make a Jamaican jerk sweet potato pie in the future. I also made a slaw with traditional ingredients plus apples, grapes and papaya pepper sauce. it was a quiet meal to say the least.

Pork Loin, Sweet Potatoes and corn on the cob. And yes, I still cannot find my clip. Still using the potato.


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The spread


The plate.


Those potatoes are not pretty but they are really tasty
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Old 06-29-2009, 02:12 PM   #2
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Everything looks great !
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That looks like good stuff............
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Now that's a great lookin meal right there!
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That there woulda been a meal ta been invited over ta! Nice work.
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Wow what a spread! Nice cook Bryan!
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Top shelf Bryan, yes sir.
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Old 06-30-2009, 08:49 AM   #9
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To be honest, while it was cooking I was helping my neighbor put new brakes on my buddy truck and it got away from me and I forgot to rest it wrapped so it was a little tough.

I have another one in the freezer and want to cook if for Pressed Cubans sometime soon. I will be more on it next time. Thanks for all the kind words.
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Old 06-30-2009, 10:53 AM   #10
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pork loins don't like to be overcooked, but you can still work with em!
That corn looked dang good to me!
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Usually I would melt a stick of butter and add about half a roasted Habanero, minced, and about a tablespoon of minced onion in it. It is not as hot as you would think I guess the butter cuts it down but man it is sure good on the roasted corn.
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Old 06-30-2009, 01:52 PM   #12
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wow, I'd be scared to try a jap that way on corn....because of the next
day thing, you know....
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Really not as hot as you may think.



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I don't care what you say... those look fantastic! Once I got done lickin' the screen I decided I should get some lunch!!

Nice!!!
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Usually I would melt a stick of butter and add about half a roasted Habanero, minced, and about a tablespoon of minced onion in it. It is not as hot as you would think I guess the butter cuts it down but man it is sure good on the roasted corn.
That sound awsome!, the food looks great also.
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