1. FJF0311

    FJF0311 New Member

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    Came up with this while camping,



    Take two pork loins,

    1/2 lbs wright bros. thick sliced bacon.

    Large bottle of your favorite barbeque sauce.


    Rinse, and pat dry loins, spiral rap with bacon using a half wrap overlap. tuck in ends.
    CAREFULLY lay in large skillet.
    as bacon cooks, turn in direction you wrapped it in. Take your time, and the bacon will shrink down on them, and stay in place.

    once bacon is fully cooked, drain fat,cover with BBQ sauce, and simmer 1 1/2 hrs.
    serve with baked beans.

    Do NOTHING strenuos, for at least 12 hrs! you will not have the heart capacity for it.
  2. DoesItMatter

    DoesItMatter New Member

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    Damn, this sounds pretty tasty indeed!

    The only danger I can see is maybe generated gas!

    Don't get too close to the fire!
  3. 45nut

    45nut Active Member

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    Loins or tenderloins?

    If it's tenderloins that's a long time to cook a tender piece of pork.
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