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A Tale of Three Loins

ravnhausravnhaus Posts: 311
edited 5:46PM in EggHead Forum
Cooked a little birthday dinner last night for one of the family. Bought a giant pork loin at Sam's, cut it into three pieces, stuffed with apricot and cashews, and tossed on the egg.
I was told it was quite good. For a photo journey check out the link.

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Comments

  • Wise OneWise One Posts: 2,645
    ravnhaus, looks wonderful! Also, fine choice of accompanying wine. Someone had a wonderful birthday. :-)

  • PainterPainter Posts: 464
    ravnhaus,
    Nice looking eats you did there. I hope you like guests because the ones you had for this will be checking in with you often. Good job.
    Painter

  • ravnhaus,
    Awesome looking loins- all 3.
    I do a version of this except I cut a hole in middle-Punch a hole in the end about 4/5 way to other end and expand it with boning knife. Steam some spinach in wine. make a stuffing mix with bread crumbs- goat cheese and portobello(?) mushrooms. tie off and coat outside with mustard and pat with pecans. Polter thermometer to 160.
    AWESOME

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