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Old 10-20-2019, 05:27 PM   #1
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I saw this recipe for a Jalapeno Popper stuffed pork loin and I have been anxious to make it, so here is the beginning.
First I took a boneless pork loin and made two cuts to open it up tri-fold style.

Then I layered it with strips of pre-cooked bacon (less messy) and then a layer of softened cream cheese, jalapenos and grated sharp cheddar.

I was out of cotton twine, so a little acupuncture to hold it together, then onto the Stok over indirect heat.

The smaller pork roast is for the wife and daughter since they are not as adventurous as I am (and they don't like spicy). More to come as it progresses.
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Old 10-20-2019, 05:33 PM   #2
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Looking forward to how this turns out...

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Old 10-20-2019, 06:37 PM   #3
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I had better post this now because I will need a nap soon after that meal.
It was very good. The jalapenos weren't that spicy, so most of that flavor was a little lacking, but the rest of it just worked together. A definite keeper.
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Old 10-20-2019, 06:40 PM   #4
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I had better post this now because I will need a nap soon after that meal.
It was very good. The jalapenos weren't that spicy, so most of that flavor was a little lacking, but the rest of it just worked together. A definite keeper.
Sweet non-mcrib jesus Ron!
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Fantastic plate Ron!
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That looks amazing! I wish i could grab food from the screen....
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Oh, yeah! That looks delicious.
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I'll take that over a McRib any day! Nice work.
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My wife doesn't like spicy and seems to be the only person on earth who doesn't like bacon. She did like a similar version of this I made that was stuffed with cream cheese, ham, spinach, and Swiss cheese.

I should have taken you up on that previous invite for this cook so I could have helped consume the jalapenos! Good looking cook.
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Thanks for the inspiration, just picked up a pork loin among other things... I gotta stay off this site...it's costing me big time!
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Looks great Ron!

I think I see what my next hunk of Pork Loin is going to turn into.
(I have a couple of hunks in the freezer. )
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Thanks for the inspiration, just picked up a pork loin among other things... I gotta stay off this site...it's costing me big time!
And buy the elastic waist pants. They will fit longer and at least save you money in the clothing area.
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Looks great Ron...
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Man that all looks Great!
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