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Old 01-08-2008, 10:20 AM   #31
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where can I buy a 'electric pan' which has its own temperature setting? I used one like this many years ago to cook for my siblings. It is super because you can brown your meat and then put the lid on set the temperature and let it cook. by the way, constance, your pork loin recipe looks yummy good.
I have a Presto electric pot I got at walmart for less than $20. You do anything it it..deep fry to slow cook.

I'm going to try this recipe !!! Sounds very good. thanks =o)...I'm making this tonight..prolly will throw in some carrots and potatoes..feeling lazy
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I have some really thick pork chops thawing.
Going to use them to make this for tonights dinner.
I'll serve with either rice or garlic mashed potatoes and squash.

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Old 01-09-2008, 07:31 PM   #33
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I have some really thick pork chops thawing.
Going to use them to make this for tonights dinner.
I'll serve with either rice or garlic mashed potatoes and squash.

THANK YOU
Sounds good. I have had friends that have made this with pork chops and even country style pork ribs and they loved it. Enjoy!
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Old 06-07-2008, 10:53 PM   #34
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I have never made pork loin. To what internal temp should it be cooked?
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I have never made pork loin. To what internal temp should it be cooked?
160 degrees.
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I personally prefer about 145* for pork loins....Anything above that is just bit too done for me.
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Old 06-08-2008, 09:39 AM   #39
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I personally prefer about 145* for pork loins....Anything above that is just bit too done for me.
I take mine to 140 and let it rest. Slightly pink in the middle.

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Thanks UB and QSis. That sounds like it will probably be more to my liking.
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