Sunday, December 20, 2020

Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin

Last Sunday, after brewing Decemberfest Lager and going on a bike ride, I smoked a bacon-wrapped pork loin on my Weber Kettle.

Pork loin is one of those thing I can make in less than a couple of hours.

And it's delicious ... especially with bacon wrapped around it.

I applied rub, and wrapped the loin in bacon fairly early in the afternoon.

I got my bike ride in.

When I got back from the bike ride, I prepared my Kettle with charcoal and some cherry and hickory wood chunks. 

Then, I let it smoke for a couple of hours at 275ish.

I had a temperature probe in to let me know when the internal temperature was around 140 degrees F.

At 140, it looked great and I pulled it off the smoker.

It rested for around half an hour.

It turned out perfect.

We had a great dinner and had some leftover for a few lunches and one more dinner the following week.

So yummy.

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