Inexpensive and easy to find, a boneless pork loin roast seems nicely suited to grilling. Why, then, is it so often dry and flavorless?
Pork loin is delicious roasted in the oven, but it takes on a new character when cooked on the grill. The fire imparts a delicate smokiness to the meat, and the intense heat creates a handsome crust. ...
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