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Unread 12-16-2012, 08:32 AM   #1
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Default Bone in Pork Loin Roast (pron)

I haven't posted a cook in a very long time, we are building a new home and have been super busy. Anyway, last night I had some time to get a quick cook in and thought I'd share.

Picked up a nice bone in loin.

Made a slather of olive oil, garlic, Dijon mustard, lemon juice, dried herbs, salt and pepper.

Marinated the loin in the slather.

While the loin marinated I grilled some veg for the side dish.

On the grill for a direct sear, then indirect to about 150*.

Pulled and ready for a rest.

While the loin rested I chopped the veg and made a couscous salad.

Sliced after the rest, very moist.

Served with the couscous salad, and topped with sauteed onion and mushrooms.


All in all it was a great meal. It was really nice to get the grill out and slow life down a bit, and enjoy a nice meal.
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Unread 12-16-2012, 08:48 AM   #2
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That is one fine looking plate you've got there!! Something about bone in cuts presented like that, that seem so elegant.

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Yum! Did the butcher french the bones for you?
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Yum! Did the butcher french the bones for you?
They did, they had untrimmed loins and trimmed and Frenched loins, both the same price. Normally I'd French them myself, but if they are going to eat the cost on the scrap, have at it. Actually I think it was a mistake, not the best business model!
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Wonder if I can talk the butcher into doing that for me.
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You can always ask. Most good butchers will do it, especially this time of year, with the popularity of crown roasts at Christmas time. If not, it's actually pretty simple to do, I'm sure you can find a video out there.
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Looks awesome!! Pearl couscous is one of my all time favorites. Had it last night, in fact.
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Awesome looking loin!
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Nice rack!
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That looks so good, I'm doing the Whole Enchilada......
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That looks awsome.
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That looks terrific, one of the best cuts off a pig
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Niceeee!
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Looks delicious!!
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I love food with a built in handle, Loin backs and Chops together= pure pork nirvana!!
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