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    Apple, Sausage, Cornbread Stuffed Pork Loin

    My wife requested this for her birthday dinner. I made it exactly like the Apple, Bacon, Cornbread Loin just used sausage instead of bacon.

    Started with a whole pork loin and cut in half, butterflied and salt and peppered.


    Added the stuffing mixture (Recipe Here)

    Tied and salt and peppered the outside and placed indirect with only Royal Oak, no smoke wood. I think this dish is better with just Royal Oak.


    NOTE: I finally got word back from Craycort on the extra grate and right now they are scarce. BUT.......he's going to send me 10 once he receives his next order. If anyone wants the extra grate with the mounting hardware, let me know. The first 10 people that e-mail me will get them. I will continue to try to get them when they're available, but Craycort typically keeps these as replacement parts only, but is now reconsidering. So if you're interested e-mail me at bigdaddyskins56@gmail.com

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    Loin is done, pulled at 160ยบ and let rest.


    Served with Brussel sprouts sauteed in bacon and a little butter and salt and pepper.
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    Stop it Wolfie! I get fatter just looking at your food pictures!!
    Seriously, you wife is a lucky woman.
    I say cut off the cooking for a while and Alcatraz might open...

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    Quote Originally Posted by LindaT View Post
    Stop it Wolfie! I get fatter just looking at your food pictures!!
    Seriously, you wife is a lucky woman.
    I say cut off the cooking for a while and Alcatraz might open...
    I love you Linda...............WE should have gotten married.........Alcatraz has a rusty lock on it and we'd need a welder to cut the lock off!
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    I agree w/Linda--I believe I gained weight just looking. I'm gonna give it a go!!

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    Another awsome looking meal!

    I have a question for you if you don't mind. What kind of grill do you use? We are looking to buy a new one.
    Renee

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    Quote Originally Posted by sreneet View Post
    Another awsome looking meal!

    I have a question for you if you don't mind. What kind of grill do you use? We are looking to buy a new one.

    I'm using a Weber Performer which is basically a 22.5" Weber One Touch Gold, but it has a table, charcoal storage and a gas igniter for lighting the charcoal. I also replaced the stock grates with Cast Iron Grates. You can't go wrong with a Weber!
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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfeMan View Post
    I'm using a Weber Performer which is basically a 22.5" Weber One Touch Gold, but it has a table, charcoal storage and a gas igniter for lighting the charcoal. I also replaced the stock grates with Cast Iron Grates. You can't go wrong with a Weber!
    Thanks for the information. My husband loves anything cast iron. We love cedar planked salmon at restaurants, can't wait to make it at home for a lot less $. We're going to start looking for one like yours soon!
    Renee

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    Well, finally made this for dinner and OMG was it ever delicious!!
    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sreneet View Post
    Thanks for the information. My husband loves anything cast iron. We love cedar planked salmon at restaurants, can't wait to make it at home for a lot less $. We're going to start looking for one like yours soon!
    Check Craigslist, they're always on there cheap!!

    Quote Originally Posted by DMR1105 View Post
    Well, finally made this for dinner and OMG was it ever delicious!!
    Thanks!!
    Glad you liked it!!!
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