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    Pork, the other white meat.

    Today I am making a slow cooked Applewood rub pork tenderloin.

    Simply take your 2LB tenderloin, wash it in cold water, pat it dry with paper towels.

    I like to place mine in a 13X9 baking dish. For this recipe I use McCormick grill mates Applewood rub. (Making your own rub is usually better and less salty, but this is a quick and easy method)

    I use about half the container of rub. You want to coat it very well. Push the rub into the folds and cuts. You don't want to just sprinkle it on, you really want to pack it into the meat.

    At that point, I cover lightly and put it in the fridge. You want it in there at least one hour. I like to put it in there when I go to bed so it cures overnight.
    However, if you plan on being home during the day, prepare this and refrigerate for 4 hours. That gives a great amount of flavor.

    When you are ready to cook, place it in your crock pot, fat side up. In a separate dish, mix 1 cup of water, 1/2 cup of red or cooking wine (I sometimes substitute Irish whiskey), 1/8 cup of soy sauce, 1/8 cup of Worcestershire sauce, and a splash of apple cider vinegar.

    Pour the mixture over the meat and top with some fresh onion and garlic. (I used chopped fresh green onion due to an allergy to white, red and yellow onions.

    Cook on low for 4-5 hours. Pour cooking juice (Au jus) over the served portions if desired.

    For sides that compliment this dish, I try to stay away from starches. Some steamed green beans and carrots go very well.

    #2
    Damn, now I'm hungry.
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      #3
      Mind you, this recipe get even better if cooked in a smoker, but I live in the great white north and we cook indoors for 6 months out of the year.

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        #4
        Originally posted by Harvey_Wideshaft View Post
        Mind you, this recipe get even better if cooked in a smoker, but I live in the great white north and we cook indoors for 6 months out of the year.

        I've figured up the smoker when it was 30 degrees and snow on the ground. Don't be so lazy.
        Tuesday is soylent green day

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          #5
          Yeah, but we don't get inches. We get feet. All of that stuff gets put away around Halloween. Once May gets here, we cook outside a lot.

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            #6
            I use the Ronco rotisserie oven, and plenty of garlic.
            I don't know.

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              #7
              Originally posted by gamgee View Post
              I use the Ronco rotisserie oven, and plenty of garlic.
              Is that the one where you set it and forget it?
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                #8
                Originally posted by dudeman View Post

                Is that the one where you set it and forget it?
                I don't remember!
                I don't know.

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                  #9
                  What about instructions for those of us with George Foreman's signature "Lean, mean, fat grillin' machine!"?
                  This sig didn't cost me any money.

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                    #10
                    Why you doing woman's work, dude?
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by mattmuttsmith View Post
                      Why you doing woman's work, dude?
                      You are quite confused, sir.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by mattmuttsmith View Post
                        Why you doing woman's work, dude?
                        This needs to be put in your "help me find love (or wtfever it's called)" post. Not bashing you at all, maybe you're being dryly funny or stuff.

                        No man has cooked a meal for me unless I was paying for it. At a restaurant, you pervs. If you want to impress a lady, or kill her via heart attack, cook something for her. Really. Really really.
                        No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it. -Einstein

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by duke nukem View Post
                          What about instructions for those of us with George Foreman's signature "Lean, mean, fat grillin' machine!"?
                          Preheat grill.
                          Sprinkle Montreal Steak Seasoning on two chicken breasts.
                          Place chicken breasts on/in grill for seven to ten minutes (approx.)
                          Cut up cooked chicken breast and add to your favorite salad.
                          I don't know.

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                            #14
                            What if you have never been to Montreal?
                            Go Space Force!!!

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                              #15
                              I'm grilling tonight outside. Can't wait. Makes you feel fierce grilling when there's snow on the ground.

                              Harvey, that sounds really, really good. Please talk niiiiiice and slow when telling us about pork.

                              Hey gamgee, do you really have a Ronco oven? Have trouble sleeping and I get sucked into these 2am infomercials on cooking appliances. I have to stop myself from ordering them. Things get muddled at 2am.
                              .

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