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Porkloin on the PBC

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    Porkloin on the PBC

    Has anyone cooked a porkloin on the PBC? Would you hang them, or rack them?

    Might be best to rack it. I would also put it on the side that is not inline with the air vent to keep the direct heat down some.


      Okay, I may try that this week end (porkloin is on sale). I usually cook them on my Weber 22.5 gold, but just gotta try the PBC. I will let you know how it works.


        Great. I only did one, a year or so ago on the kettle. Not my fave.....plus they are rarely on sale.


          Neal - give us a full write up at the end. I'd be interested to see how it turns out. Cheers! Matt


            Neal - I wrote up my elk loin adventure here (It's not on the PBC, but might help somehow)


              O)K, writer I am not. But here is the promised update.
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                  On the PBC, took 1 hour and 30 minutes Click image for larger version

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                    Cooked, ready to slice. Click image for larger version

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                      Sliced, looks pretty good, juicy. Click image for larger version

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                        The proof, of course, is the taste test. The most discriminating palates of the household, Remus and Tonk Click image for larger version

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                          I took the porkloins to 142 on the Mav 733. Very happy with the out come. The PBC makes you look good.


                            Nice looking loin, I've hung them in the PBC. No danger of the hook pulling out, just have to watch the length. I had to halve a full pork loin.



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