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Canadian Bacon, sort of? #16271386 07/21/21
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Pork loin, mesquite chips, electric smoker. [Linked Image from i.imgur.com]


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Re: Canadian Bacon, sort of? [Re: wabigoon] #16271814 07/21/21
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What smoker you running Wabi?


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Re: Canadian Bacon, sort of? [Re: wabigoon] #16271865 07/21/21
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I’ll bet that’s delicious..
I’m thinking dipped in some spicy brown mustard


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Re: Canadian Bacon, sort of? [Re: jackmountain] #16272874 07/22/21
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Originally Posted by jackmountain
What smoker you running Wabi?

Jack, a broil king the children gave me for Christmas.

Kicking myself, I passed on a nice smoker on a yard sale.[Linked Image from image.sportsmansguide.com]

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Did you brine It? Details we need details grin

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Re: Canadian Bacon, sort of? [Re: wabigoon] #16273095 07/22/21
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Curing salt for a day. Dry rub.


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Re: Canadian Bacon, sort of? [Re: wabigoon] #16274067 07/22/21
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I have been putting all my pork loins on a pellet grill and smoking (at 200 or below) until they reach 145 internal.

Makes the best damn pork sandwiches I have ever had! The seasoning I usually use is the Pit Boss Sweet Heat.

I will post some pics next time I do one. Tonight was smoked thick cut pork chops! Juicy, tender and full of flavor!

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Dry rub of Salt, pepper, brown sugar, cocoa, fine ground espresso ,& cinnamon---trimmed pork loin. Zip lock bags. Refrig. for 8-10 days. Turn over every day. After curing time remove from zip lock and air dry in refrig. for 2 days. Smoke then a very light coating of maple syrup. Roll in corn meal. Slice thin and hot butter in cast iron.


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