Monday, August 11, 2014

Bacon Wrapped Pork Loin!


   A bacon wrapped pork loin rests just off the smoking, hot coals
 on the Weber kettle late Saturday afternoon.  We found a small loin
for a good price at Frick's grocery in Union, MO, just about the right
size for two or three dinners. 


My husband brought in the pork and let it rest a minute
before slicing.  I set the table as best I could
since I have somehow twisted my good knee.


It was nice and juicy inside, flavored with bacon juices.


 My husband whipped up a carrot, potato and onion dish
in our new baking dishes that I found at JoAnne's at 70% off!
We had leftovers Sunday night with enough to have it once again today.

I've somehow twisted my knee so I am hobbling around, it ought to 
be fun at work today. Fortunately it's my left leg so driving will be no problem.
This better clear up in the next couple of days.
I'll have to get on the recumbent bike and give it some exercise tonight. 



6 comments:

Patricia @ Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Oh we love Pork Loin...
it's not cheap anymore, though. But when we find it...we grab it up and cook it. This looks absolutely delicious! Cant do the potatoes though. I've been using cauliflower in place of potatoes on a lot of dishes. You can mash that stuff up with butter, salt and pepper to taste, man! it's good. :)
I'm so sorry to hear about your leg! Maybe some exercise will be therapeutic. Be easy don't over do it.

have a good week. Pat

Susie Q said...

That meat looks lovely. I wrap bacon around chicken breasts and inside I put some cheese and then cook in a white sauce and that makes a lovely fancy supper dish, but is cheap to make. I do hope your knee gets better soon. I hurt my lower back last week and that was really inconvenient. Hugs, Susie xx

Liz said...

Oh boy does that look good! We just got a smoker. I see one of those on their real soon! Hope the knee feels better!
Liz

Harry Flashman said...

Sorry to hear you are having knee problems. Next to your back, that's about the worst place to have issues since you can't walk without bending the knee.

That looks pretty good on the grill. I haven't used our grill much this summer, but I should.

Harry Flashman said...

Is your knee still acting up? I hope it's better.

Kathy Felsted Usher said...

Yes. I have been away but don't want to discuss here.