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Thread: Fresh Herbs and Garlic Pork Loin

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    Fresh Herbs and Garlic Pork Loin

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    Fresh herbs and Garlic Pork Loin
    Asparagus
    (?)

    The Pork

    Gather an assortment of fresh herbs from my planters, basil, thyme, rosemary and oregano.
    Chop it all up and mix with some olive oil
    Garlic, lots of minced garlic





    Cut Loin in half, trim fat and silver skin, square it off
    Score it deeply for to let all the garlic/herbs take hold
    Herbs and garlic rubbed deep into scoring
    Truss with twine





    Fire up the smoker to 225-250, add some cherry for smoke
    Smoke pork to an IT of 140

    More to come, pull up a seat and pop a cold beverage.
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    Made a new sauce recipe for the first time, and it is good.
    Excellent on the asparagus and pork, bet it'd rock on chicken too.
    I don't know what to call it... Hmmm...

    Honey Sesame Sauce

    In a small sauce pan combine the following and whisk well

    2t Cornstarch
    4T Sesame oil
    4T Rice vinegar
    3T Honey
    3T Soy sauce
    1/2t Cayenne
    1T Sesame seeds

    Bring to a boil at the edges and then remove from heat, whisk well.
    Reheat on low to serve or apply







    The Finale



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    Ragnar Benson:
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    Die if you must, but die on your home turf with your face to the wind, not in some stinking hellhole 2,000 kilometers away, among people you neither know nor care about.

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    That is about as fine looking a piece of meat I have ever seen. Going to try it with a piece of wild hog backstrap.

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    That pork looks really good , Will definitely be doing one but it won't be anytime soon , As I have no kitchen at all , it's been ripped out
    and being completely redone , maybe 3 more weeks .
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    Quote Originally Posted by jollymon View Post
    That pork looks really good , Will definitely be doing one but it won't be anytime soon , As I have no kitchen at all , it's been ripped out
    and being completely redone , maybe 3 more weeks .
    Oh man, I feel for y'all.
    I lived through our complete kitchen remodel.
    But it was so worthwhile, gas range, custom cabinets and countertops, floor space and so much more.
    Of course the budget got busted and it took longer than expected.
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    After living our lives in kitchens that were okay but never what we really wanted , So since this is our last house and we knew looking at it that we would be remodeling a lot of it , We started with the "Heart of the house " . So custom cabinets , quartz countertop , GAS range , On demand hot water heater under the sink , tile floor , My wife is so happy but being without a kitchen and all the mess and dust
    is a pain in the @$$ . Next year it's both bathrooms , one at a time can't do without them both out of operation at the same time .
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