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Pork Loin #2775539 11/22/11 02:05 PM
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I got asked to smoke a 4 pound boneless pork loin for Saturday-any ideas on how long to cook on smoker at @250. Thanks


Re: Pork Loin [Re: bohica] #2776196 11/22/11 05:49 PM
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I cooked one last weekend that was about 7# on the smoker and left it on for right at four hrs at 250. If cooked for much longer it tends to dry out.



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Originally Posted By: Txtrophyhntr
If cooked for much longer it tends to dry out.


i have taking a long skinny knife and make a hole through the loin. take a link of sausage and butter it up and slide it in the hole in the loin. the juices/grease from the sausage helps keep it moist.


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If cooked for much longer it tends to dry out.


i have taking a long skinny knife and make a hole through the loin. take a link of sausage and butter it up and slide it in the hole in the loin. the juices/grease from the sausage helps keep it moist.
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That sounds awesome! I'll have to try that. I have also used the injection marinades. Those tend to work as well but some dont like the flavors.



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Re: Pork Loin [Re: pafree] #2776732 11/22/11 09:16 PM
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Originally Posted By: pafree
Originally Posted By: Txtrophyhntr
If cooked for much longer it tends to dry out.


i have taking a long skinny knife and make a hole through the loin. take a link of sausage and butter it up and slide it in the hole in the loin. the juices/grease from the sausage helps keep it moist.


This old redneck man down the road from me fixes pork loin like that. It is absolutely delicious. Moist, tender and tasty as all get out.


Re: Pork Loin [Re: Old_Town] #2778635 11/23/11 02:55 PM
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Untill the internal temp hits 160, normally around 4 hours, like most folks are saying.


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