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Old 01-18-2012, 09:11 PM   #1
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Default Keilbasa Stuffed Pork Loin

One 12" piece of Kielbasa stretched out straight and frozen.
One 12" section of Pork loin

Into the end of the pork loin push a sharpening steel or long narrow knife all the way from one end to the other.
Push the frozen kielbasa thru the cut/hole made in the loin.
Coat out side of loin with a light coat of olive oil.
Rub a mixture of sea or kosher salt and crushed peppercorns onto the loin.
Place in smoker at 250* and cook until the internal temp is about 140-145*( don't overcook)

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Old 01-18-2012, 09:14 PM   #2
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Dang man. How much wood do you go through in a year?? Some good lookin' food!
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Dang man. How much wood do you go through in a year?? Some good lookin' food!
I fire my smoker about every other weekend. Just love cooking outside. I have to scrounge wood continually. Lucky to have friends with fruit trees and hardwoods.
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I bought my wife a brinkman all in one, best investment I ever made. She smoked a Boston Butt in the driveway now my whole garage smells like a real pit bbq restarant! Oh and the pulled pork sndwiches were awesome, too.
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I bought my wife a brinkman all in one, best investment I ever made. She smoked a Boston Butt in the driveway now my whole garage smells like a real pit bbq restarant! Oh and the pulled pork sndwiches were awesome, too.
Can't beat home cooked Q.
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