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Topic Title: pork Loin
Created on July 3, 2008 at 11:55 PM


About 2 weeks ago, I was at a Holland demo and the gentleman was cooking a pork loin. I would like to try to cook one on my grill this weekend, but I didn't notice if the drip valve was open or closed. Does anyone know the answer to this? We purchased our Holland grill about a year ago and I love cooking on it. I am always looking for new recipes and food to try. Thank you.

the demonstrator

Sally,The drip pan was open,just season and grill to 162 degrees


Thank you for the quick response. I will let you know how it turns out. I was wondering if you are the gentleman that I have been seeing at the The Anderson's here in Ohio? He has been very helpful with all my questions and always pleasant. Thanks again.



Do you know how long per pound?


An estimate is about 20 min. per pound. Best way is to use a thermometer and cook to 162 degrees internal.
Sally... what a combo... The Andersons in Maumee (super nice store) and a Holland grill... they both just exemplify quality. Good luck and happy cooking!
'81 BG grad in Atlanta.

Ted P

I first wash and pat dry the loin, then I cut slivers of garlic and stab it.I put the slivers into the stab holes, then I coat the loin with olive oil and Carolina seasons with the fatty side up. I cook it to 160 degrees.