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Unread 08-02-2008, 12:53 PM   #1
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Default Help with a 7 bone pork loin roast

I need to cook a 7 bone pork roast for tomorrow but have run into a little time crunch. Because of a breakdown at work today, I will be home 2 hours later than planned. How high could I safely cook this without turning it into shoe leather. I have done this before on my UDS at about 225. It normally takes about 3 hrs to get to 150 degrees. What do you think 325 to 350?

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Im no expert on these things but im sure there are some others that will chime in here shortly.

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Robert, you should be fine cooking the loin at 325 or even 350, just as long as you watch the internal temp and don't let it go over 150 max. I would shoot for 145 myself, it will go higher on resting when cooked at a higher chamber temp.
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Thanks, I will give a try and take it off at 145.
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Robert, you should be fine cooking the loin at 325 or even 350, just as long as you watch the internal temp and don't let it go over 150 max. I would shoot for 145 myself, it will go higher on resting when cooked at a higher chamber temp.
That will work great!
Pork and beef can take higher heats just fine.
But, ya gotta watch them because they shoot through "done" quickly!

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Thanks for the help. I will try to get some pics when it goes on in the morning.
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