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    Panhead’s Pork Loin

    Wanted to share my pork loin recipe. Slice open a pork loin lengthwise and insert sliced jalapeños or cream cheese. My new rub I like to make is 3 teaspoons of Tony Chacheres, one teaspoon each of garlic powder, chili powder and ground cumin. Rub pork loin with canola oil, sprinkle rub all over. Wrap loin in full length bacon slices and hold with toothpicks. Grilled low and slow for 2 hours with water pan underneath. Best pork loin I ever did.
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    #2
    Welcome from south Texas! Pork looks great! So many ways to stuff.

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    • Panhead John
      Panhead John commented
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      Thanks Larry. Just joined today. I’m gonna have to add to my profile. What do most people put?

    • Texas Larry
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      Panhead John I guess folks put their cookers, where they live, favorite foods... It’s really up to you.

    #3
    Pics of knuckleheads, panheads or shovelheads with BBQ smoke all around ‘em 👍👍👍👍

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    • Panhead John
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      I like the way you think Greygoose. Guess I’ll have to put up a couple pics of the Panhead. First Harley was a shovel head. Got too old to kick start anymore, decided to sell it. 😂

    • Greygoose
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      ‘56 pan,’66 shovel, ‘69 CH, ’73 bagger( bowling ball AMF ) CJ7 Jeep
      Got married and she decided she didn’t like me anymore 🤣😂🤣👍👍👍
      The old sayin’ she got the gold mine and I got the shaft !!!
      I’m still alive ,,,,,and smokin’
      Last edited by Greygoose; August 4, 2020, 06:18 PM.

    • Panhead John
      Panhead John commented
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      Me also, 73 Electra Glide, know what you mean by AMF. Worst years for Harley ever. 61 Panhead in my pic.

    #4
    Howdy from Kansas Territory, Welcome to Th Pit!
    Lookin forward to learnin along, an from ya!

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      #5
      You had me at Tony Chachere's!

      Welcome and thanks for sharing, pork loins need more help than me taking an online vocabulary test.

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      • Panhead John
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        Slap Yo Mamma ain’t bad either!

      • HouseHomey
        HouseHomey commented
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        Love me some mamma!

      #6
      Welcome from Virginia Beach.

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        #7
        Welcome from Colorado ...

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          #8
          Welcome from Maryland

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            #9
            Welcome from Houston!

            Anything that starts with "stuff with cream cheese and jalapeños" is a winner in my book.


            Looking forward to seeing your cooks!

            ​​​​And good job with pics

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            • Panhead John
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              Hey BFlynn, since you’re also here in Houston, I was wondering if you’ve got a special place you go for sausage? If you haven’t been there, you gotta try B & W Meat Market on Shepherd. Best sausage in town. You been there before?

            • BFlynn
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              @Panhead John
              Most of the time I just get sausage from the HEB. I'll get some from Herbert's if I'm feeling fancy


              B&W isn't far from me. Never been there. Will DEFINITELY check it out!

            • Panhead John
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              They have the best sausage and like 35 varieties. Anything you want they have it, even goat. It’s a huge meat selection, all sausage is made there on site. For starters, try the beef and pork garlic, or beef and pork hot ( pretty spicy ) or beef and pork regular. Everything they have there is made and cut on site. You’ll never go back to HEB for your sausage again. When you get a chance check out their website.

            #10
            Welcome to The Pit.

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              #11
              Welcome.
              Nice loin, have to try that out one day.
              Not much into bikes, they scare the crap outta me....

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              • smokin fool
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                Drat the luck....the only place that I know of that sells the rub up here in the sticks is out of stock!
                That's the problem with this stupid country, they don't stock the rubs I really want!!!!
                Rant over.

              • Panhead John
                Panhead John commented
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                You make the rub yourself, I listed the ingredients in the recipe. If you can’t find the Tony Chasere’s go on Amazon.

              • smokin fool
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                Saw your list of ingredients, I do make my own rub but like to try different things and new ingredients in my rub.
                I've made it dozens of times and its never been the same twice.

              #12
              Huntington Beach welcomes you and all those motorhead (seen that show, but who remembers) things.

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              • Panhead John
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                That’s gotta be one of the best looking burgers I’ve seen! Did I see sautéed mushrooms and onions inside?

              • HouseHomey
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                Yes sir you sure did and thank you. I love burgers.

              #13
              Welcome from Utah. I've got a pork loin in the freezer. We usually stuff with tomato pesto, spinach, and feta. Might have to give something new a try.

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              • Panhead John
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                Pretty sure you’ll like it. Your cardiologist might not. 😂

              #14
              Great idea! I done a few Loins, but cream cheese & jalapeños sounds super. Welcome, eat good and have fun!

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              • Panhead John
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                Thanks Fireman. Question, your photo, Blazing Saddles? I know it’s from one of Mel Brooks’ movies. Mmm 🤔

              #15
              Welcome from Minnesota. Nice Pork Loin btw !

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              • Panhead John
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                Thanks Skip!

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