Pork Loin Rack – Cook Number Electric Grill LG20ie
“And now for something completely different” …. For me anyway.
Perusing the meat counter at the local grocery store revealed a beautiful Pork Loin Rack “French cut” that I could not refuse to purchase. It was the perfect opportunity to give the Cook Number Electric Grill LG20ie another test run. Grilled Pork Loin Rack and baked potatoes where on the menu tonight!
The Cook Number Electric Grill LG20ie comes with a neat sear plate. A simple switch of the dial to sear, 5 minutes later I seared as much of the Pork Loin surface as possible. Next, I used EVOO as a binder for my rub, which consisted of some of my favorite spices and herbs – rosemary, thyme, salt, pepper, and fresh minced garlic, I then gave it a good coating.
Flip the switch on the Cook Number Electric Grill LG20ie to grill, set the cooking probe to Pork and grill away!
Wrong … I made a classic mistake; I walked away for about 10 minutes, became distracted in the house, walked back outside and saw a billowing cloud of smoke coming out of my grill. OK, so I burnt it just a little bit on the bottom.
Recovering quickly, I moved the Pork Loin Rack and continued grilling away until I heard the delightful beep of the Cook Number Grill telling me my dinner was done. (160 degrees F)
Ignoring the slightly burnt bottom side, I was delighted to slice into a moist, juicy and tender Pork Loin Rack. Coupled with a couple of perfectly done baked potatoes and a veggie, I was quite pleased with the outcome.
You can check out the Cook Number Electric grill at the Outdoor Greatroom Company.