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WSM – Another Smoked Stuffed Pork Loin

I purchased a nice size Pork Loin that I am going to smoke on Friday evening. I liked the previous stuffed Pork loins that I did in the past and I will repeat certain aspects and document them here. This Pork loin, like the others, came in a cryovac pack and is rather large. I like to slice them directly in half and then roll-slice/cut each of them to about 1 ” thickness. This allows them to be stuffed with two different ingredients and allows more space for the stuffing had I just slice down in the middle as you would for a butterfly cut.

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WSM Smoked Pork Spare Ribs and ABT’s

Passed by the local supermarket to see what they were offering for my next meal on the Weber Smokey Mountain cooker. I was mainly looking for something either in a Brisket, Pork Butt, Pork Ribs. They had a great selection and figured a shorter 4-5 hour cook was what I was in the mood for with some good ole’ spare ribs and Jalapeño stuffed peppers aka ABT’s. I paid ($1.78lb / 12.53lbs / $22.30) for a cryovac of Spare Ribs.

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Summertime and BBQ Smoking !

It’s been awhile since I have accessed my site so I think I’ll keep it simple and add some quick pics. I have been using my new smoker quite a bit. Some of the great meals so far include several types of whole, halved, quartered chicken. Salmon a couple times with different brines and seasoning. A lot of baby back pork ribs done various ways. And pork butt which requires the longest cook times but wow what a pay off. Also several appetizers including stuffed peppers, shrimp etc. Here are a few recent cooks:

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WSM Smoker BBQ Pork Butt Pulled Pork Overnighter

14+ hour overnighter Pork Butt aka Boston Butt or Pork Shoulder.

This was a full overnight cook that took well over 14 hours at 225º. They’re 2 Boston Butts-bone in AKA Pork Shoulder that I rubbed with 2 batches of rub that I put together. There was a lot of chili powder in each as well as the usual black pepper, garlic, cumin, onion, garlic, cayenne, brown sugar, salt, cinnamon, all spice etc. One of the best overnight cooks so far as the pulled pork was delicious and made excellent leftovers in sandwiches and tacos with cilantro and salsa verde mmmm.

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