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Gonna do this for Christmas as well as a standard pork loin with some type of maple syrup glaze.. For the rub could you not just use a dry ranch packet or do you feel it would be overpowering?

I'm not sure what using the ranch packet would do.  Try it before Christmas dinner!  Kinda sounds good....  I do like sweet pork rub on this though.



Seeing as that post was from exactly one year ago tomorrow, he can probably tell us exactly how it turned out. ;)



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I made this earlier this week and it is outstanding. If you haven't tried yet do yourself a favor. Alternate cutting method if the spiral cut is to much. You can make a cut right down the center but not all the way through like you are butterflying a steak. Then butterfly the two left and right sides again. That should flatten it out nicely.

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