Skip to comments.Stupid Vanity About Pork
Posted on 09/10/2010 8:36:33 PM PDT by rabidralph
I am going to picnic tomorrow and I am bringing some jerk pork that I am making. First of all, I bought two "tubes" of pork loin at the grocery store. The pork is in thick long strips that separate into two strips per package.
After marinating the night before in the fridge in the jerk seasoning, I got home from work and put the pork in a casserole dish and was going to bake it overnight at 200 degrees. This was because it was going to rain and I didn't want to run my electric smoker in the rain.
After an hour in the oven, the skies clear and put the meat on the grill. I was able to smoke it for two hours before the rain came. So I'm back in the house and the meat is in the oven at 350. How long should I continue to cook the meat till it's tricinosis-free?
To recap, it's been in the oven for an hour at 200. It's been on the smoker for two hours and now it's been in the oven for one hour at 350. How much longer should I bake it. It's covered in foil.
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