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Unread 03-12-2014, 07:50 PM   #1
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Default 10 Pound Pork Loin -- Need Recommendations

I bought a nice 10 pound pork loin from Sam's Club earlier today, for $2.48/lb. (Btw, IBP pork butt has increased in price again. $1.59/lb for the case price, $1.98/lb for the 2 pack price.)

I am going to use half of it for Canadian Bacon.

I was wondering if I could get some recommendations on what I should do with the other half. I'd like to try a couple tasty recipes in addition to the bacon.
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Unread 03-12-2014, 07:56 PM   #2
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I bought a nice 10 pound pork loin from Sam's Club earlier today, for $2.48/lb. (Btw, IBP pork butt has increased in price again. $1.59/lb for the case price, $1.98/lb for the 2 pack price.)

I am going to use half of it for Canadian Bacon.

I was wondering if I could get some recommendations on what I should do with the other half. I'd like to try a couple tasty recipes in addition to the bacon.
Cut pork chops 1.25" thick and stuff with goodies and grill.
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Filet it and lay apple pie filling in it and roll it back up.

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A 10lb loin? Jeez that was one big pig!
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A 10lb loin? Jeez that was one big pig!
We get 10 to 13 lb loins around here.
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A 10lb loin? Jeez that was one big pig!
Only if it was a tenderloin ;)
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Only if it was a tenderloin ;)
That could be why I was thinking it was a bit big...
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I bought a nice 10 pound pork loin from Sam's Club earlier today, for $2.48/lb. (Btw, IBP pork butt has increased in price again. $1.59/lb for the case price, $1.98/lb for the 2 pack price.)

I am going to use half of it for Canadian Bacon.

I was wondering if I could get some recommendations on what I should do with the other half. I'd like to try a couple tasty recipes in addition to the bacon.

Well...I WAS bitching about the $1.59 case price here, but I would have lost my mind if I saw 1.98/lb per pair!!!!! It's 1.78 here and I started stomping and fussing as soon as I saw it. I picked up a couple packer briskets at 2.79/lb instead.
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Just found name brand whole roaster chx for $.79 / pound today
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Try rubbing with coffee grounds, cocoa powder, paprika, and salt. Tie with twine and grill. One of my favorite Steven Raichlen recipes from his Primal Grill show. Serve with his red-eye gravy.
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I slice thin pieces, about 1/2" thick, pound them flat, bread them with panko and deep fry them. They go great with a mushroom gravy and mashed potatoes.
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Reverse sear a chunk to 140* with some Foil Hat Rub.

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Well...I WAS bitching about the $1.59 case price here, but I would have lost my mind if I saw 1.98/lb per pair!!!!! It's 1.78 here and I started stomping and fussing as soon as I saw it. I picked up a couple packer briskets at 2.79/lb instead.
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I cut about 6 - 8 inch piece off, put your favorite rib rub on it, and smoke it with cherry or apple wood to about 145° IT. Wrap it in aluminum foil. Let it rest for about 10 - 15 minutes.

Slice off some awsome pork chopps :-)

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