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Old 06-05-2006, 07:32 AM   #1
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Stuffed Pork Loin

Smoked a Pork loin, stuffed with honey ham, Mozzarella, Provolone, and a bit of Broccolli. Rubbed with Wolfe rub, used Hickory and Pear wood for smoke.
Also did some Salmon coated with honey and Maple syrup.
I had one rack of those Danish ribs left so I threw those on too.
The pork came out very juicy , not dry at all and most of the cheese stayed in instead of leaking out .
The ribs were okay, did the 211 method, I just don't care for them.



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Old 06-05-2006, 07:45 AM   #2
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Looks good Puff.
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Looks good to me. I have done the loin with spinach. How was the broccolli?
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Mmm MMMM! Now that there is some breakfast ... lunch? dinner?
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Looks good Puffy. Thanks for asking me what cheese to use and then not using either of them. Just kidding buddy. It all looks good.
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Old 06-05-2006, 12:11 PM   #7
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Finney is the Southern King of Cheese. He brought some real stinky stuff to SOTB.

I know I've said this a thousand times, but I'm gonna make one
of those soon!!
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Finney is the Southern King of Cheese. He brought some real stinky stuff to SOTB.

It was Manchego cheese and it didn't stink! The smell was Finney, not the cheese.
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I could have swore he made it in his shoe.
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He did, that was our secret ingredient in the toast points.
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That boy has some award winning smelly feet!
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That boy has some award winning smelly feet!
So now we know what killed his imaginary friends. :lmao:
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Looks good Puff!!!
That stuffed pork loin is always a crowd pleaser.
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That Manchego is some good cheese. =D>
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Nice lunch Puffy boy! Too bad you didn't have a slideshow! 8-[
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Nice lunch Puffy boy! Too bad you didn't have a slideshow! 8-[
Slide shows ar soooo last week.
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Thanks bbq buddies
Chris I looked for the cheese's you mentioned at the (super market )
I couldn't find them, so I bought the bag 'o' shredded cheese .

Bill the grill dude, I couldn't even taste the brocolli, I put it in for color




You guy's used Finney's foot cheese at SOTB, I am impressed and .
Now the secret's come out
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Thanks bbq buddies
Chris I looked for the cheese's you mentioned at the (super market )
I couldn't find them, so I bought the bag 'o' shredded cheese .

Bill the grill dude, I couldn't even taste the brocolli, I put it in for color




You guy's used Finney's foot cheese at SOTB, I am impressed and .
Now the secret's come out
8-[


Slideshow to follow
Foot cheese was last year. Part of our first place "AB" win.
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Thanks bbq buddies
Chris I looked for the cheese's you mentioned at the (super market )
I couldn't find them, so I bought the bag 'o' shredded cheese .

Bill the grill dude, I couldn't even taste the brocolli, I put it in for color




You guy's used Finney's foot cheese at SOTB, I am impressed and .
Now the secret's come out
8-[


Slideshow to follow
Foot cheese was last year. Part of our first place "AB" win.
Shouldn't that have been....."FF"?
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Thanks bbq buddies
Chris I looked for the cheese's you mentioned at the (super market )
I couldn't find them, so I bought the bag 'o' shredded cheese .

Bill the grill dude, I couldn't even taste the brocolli, I put it in for color




You guy's used Finney's foot cheese at SOTB, I am impressed and .
Now the secret's come out
8-[


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Foot cheese was last year. Part of our first place "AB" win.
Shouldn't that have been....."FF"?
What?
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