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Old 11-19-2010, 01:52 AM   #1
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Bacon Wrapped Roasted Pork Loin

Here's what I whipped up for dinner tonite. Sorry that my pics are a tad blurry, I don't have a tripod. It's basically just a 1/2 pork loin, trimmed up and seasoned with Montreal Seasoning. Then I wove a net from strips of bacon on top of a piece of tinfoil; this is so you can easily plunk the pork down in the center and use the foil to neatly wrap it up. It was tough to get a nice looking weave with the cheapo skinny bacon I had on hand but it worked okay. I tied it with a bit of butchers cord and roasted it to 134 degrees @ 350. When the temp inside hit 110 I cranked the oven up to 500 just to help crisp the bacon.

It was pretty tasty, too!





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My kind of food Rob, it looks so good I can smell it.What did you serve it with?
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Very very beautiful. Smells good from here.
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Old 11-19-2010, 07:33 AM   #4
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My kind of food Rob, it looks so good I can smell it.What did you serve it with?
great anticipation, but for the rest of us: envy, apparently.

nice job, rob.
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Anything wrapped in bacon is tops in my book...but this? Pure genius and looks great!
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Old 11-19-2010, 10:22 AM   #6
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here's what i whipped up for dinner tonite. Sorry that my pics are a tad blurry, i don't have a tripod. It's basically just a 1/2 pork loin, trimmed up and seasoned with montreal seasoning. Then i wove a net from strips of bacon on top of a piece of tinfoil; this is so you can easily plunk the pork down in the center and use the foil to neatly wrap it up. It was tough to get a nice looking weave with the cheapo skinny bacon i had on hand but it worked okay. I tied it with a bit of butchers cord and roasted it to 134 degrees @ 350. When the temp inside hit 110 i cranked the oven up to 500 just to help crisp the bacon.

It was pretty tasty, too!
Beautiful!!
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Kudos on the photos, Rob. Imitation, flattery, etc. -- looks like a candidate for a fab New Year's dish at this house, with a creamy horseradish sauce, mmmm.
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how long did it take you to braid the bacon. looks lovely
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I am so not telling HH about this. He loves bacon a little too much.
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I am so not telling HH about this. He loves bacon a little too much.
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Bacon Wrapped Roasted Pork Loin Here's what I whipped up for dinner tonite. Sorry that my pics are a tad blurry, I don't have a tripod. It's basically just a 1/2 pork loin, trimmed up and seasoned with Montreal Seasoning. Then I wove a net from strips of bacon on top of a piece of tinfoil; this is so you can easily plunk the pork down in the center and use the foil to neatly wrap it up. It was tough to get a nice looking weave with the cheapo skinny bacon I had on hand but it worked okay. I tied it with a bit of butchers cord and roasted it to 134 degrees @ 350. When the temp inside hit 110 I cranked the oven up to 500 just to help crisp the bacon. It was pretty tasty, too!:rofl::chef: [IMG]http://img88.imageshack.us/img88/3448/porkroast1.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://img502.imageshack.us/img502/5755/porkroast2.jpg[/IMG] 3 stars 1 reviews
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