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Old 07-09-2005, 05:57 AM   #3
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Default Re: Pork Loin

Originally Posted by Kevin
Went shopping today and spare ribs are $3.99, Brisket is $3.49, buttts are reasonable, but we've been having them too much lately, whole pork loins are $1.99. Guess what we're having? Did a forum search on pork loins. Holy pig skin batman, what a cache of ideas. The stuffed loin is gonna get a workout this weekend.
The OL thought I was nuts. I would read the posts for awhile, go take a fatty out of the freezer, read some more, go take a pack of polish sausage out of the freezer, read some more, get a brick of bleu cheese out of the freezer, read some more, go take another pork loin out of the freezer, read some more, tell her "this will never thaw by morning, I'll just get another at the store, and put the loin back in the freezer".
Just sticking to the advice of one wiser than me "too much fuel and effort to not cook with the pit full".

Thanks Guys, your efforts at making all of this information available is not going unappreciated.

Maybe some brats in the waterpan as well.

Looks like the Brethren has captured another soul.
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