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pork roast

someone gave me a 4lbs pork roast which i have never cooked. does anyone know how i should cook it, or if i should cook it like a boston butt?


  • WessBWessB Posts: 6,937
    Check the "submitted recipe" section above, there are some woderful recipes in there. Or just be creative and tell us how it comes out.[p]Wess

  • StogieStogie Posts: 279
    bjorn,[p]Try this link to my recipe page. Many pork recipes and a nice article on how to cook the various cuts of pork....The Secret to Grilling Great Pork....found under the How To section.[p][p]Not sure what cut of meat you have, but loin is typically about that size and often referred to as a roast.[p]I would not cook a loin the same as a butt....even though in certain non-BBQ recipes it can be done. I choose to grill this cut.....High heat sear and then back off to 400º and let finish. Should take between 45-60 minutes depending on fire temps. [p]Of course, I have also smoked these at low temps, but I brine them first....that will retain some moisture in the meat and help prohibit drying out. [p]Overall, I prefer grilling them.[p]I have 2 marinating for cooking this coming week. One is in the Fiery Asian marinade the other is wallowing in Mom's Pork Marinade.[p]Stogie[p]
    [ul][li]Stogie's recipe page[/ul]
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