What To Cook First On A New Smoker | Smoked Pork Loin

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  • Published on:  2/1/2021
  • Hey everyone, today we’re going to talk about what i think is the perfect first cook for your new smoker, a smoked pork loin. This is a big piece of meat that can take on any different flavor you want, it’s a quick cook and will give you plenty of opportunity to master your new cooker. At the same time a pork loin can feed a bunch of people and is going to be hard to mess up so even if we make a mistake it won’t be a big deal. So grab your cooker and let's get at it. As always if you have any questions feel free to reach out at any of the social media below.

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    Ingredients:
    pork loin.
    2 Tbsp of your favorite rub of any kind

    Recipe:
    Remove loin from packaging and remove any silverskin if necessary.
    Cover the loin in the 2 Tbsp of rub
    Bring your cooker up to 300 degrees, set it up for indirect cooking and add 1 small piece of hickory wood.
    Place the pork loin on the grate and place a leave in thermometer in it and set it for 4 degrees.
    Once the loin hits 145 degrees internal temperature remove it from the cooker, cut it into 1 inch chops and serve
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