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Old 06-19-2021, 05:39 PM   #1
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Got my back bacon finished today. Probably the last batch until fall and it cools down a bit. Cured with Morton's Tenderquick and garlic, black pepper, onion, paprika, brown sugar for flavor. Cold smoked for 8 hours with a pellet tray of half apple and half cob pellets.
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Old 06-19-2021, 05:57 PM   #2
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That looks very good, almost a production line
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Old 06-19-2021, 06:38 PM   #3
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That looks very good, almost a production line
I kind of got a little carried away. The loins were on sale for $1.88/lb so I bought 3. I smoked it overnight when it was cooler and had to do it in 2 batches.
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Have never seen bacon with so much lean meat! You mentioned loins but does not look like a pork loin at all. What gives?
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Have never seen bacon with so much lean meat! You mentioned loins but does not look like a pork loin at all. What gives?
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Same thoughts here.
Doesn't look like loins or bellies.
Looks great though.
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Old 06-20-2021, 10:10 AM   #6
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If memory serves, Canadian Bacon is pork loin. Looks awesome!!
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Curious on the cut too but, whatever it is it sure looks good
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These were pork loins about 7-8lb each. I cut them in half to fit the zip lock bags plus they would have been too long to fit the cheap propane smoker box I use for cold smoking. They had a nice layer of fat on the one side. They may have been towards the thick end of the loins. With the fat they fry up nice. At $1.88/lb vs $5+/lb for pork belly I'm not going to squawk. It doesn't hurt so much when I give a bunch away to friends and family lol
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Nice. It's always good to have a month supply of bacon on hand!
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Very nice That should last you a few days
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Nice. It's always good to have a month supply of bacon on hand!
MONTHLY......well, at least his doctor has a job.
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MONTHLY......well, at least his doctor has a job.
At least half of the bacon is destined to be given to friends. The Dr gives me way more grief over my sweet tooth than the bacon lol
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