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Do The Brine

PainterPainter Posts: 464
edited November -1 in EggHead Forum
Just finished eating the first pork that I have brined. Only way to fly. Did a 4lb. bone in pork loin with tenderloin piece attached.Took a little longer than I expected but I blame that on the bone in part. 325 degrees dome for 3hrs. Pulled at 147 degrees and let rest 10 minutes. Used a vanilla brine that was a little sweeter than my taste but didn't take away the fact it was juicy and tender. Can see brining pork in my future cooks. Give it a try sometime you won't be disappointed. Brined for 36 hrs.
Painter

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  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    Painter,
    Glad to hear yours was as succesful as mine was, and that vanilla brine sounds like it would be awesome.[p]Have you Hugged your Egg Today
    Wess

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