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Pork loin with homemade peach sauce


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We started putting peach trees in 2 years ago and this year we had a great crop of about 65 peaches.  Mrs philpom canned a bunch as peach bbq sauce.  For the test I tried it out on this loin.  300°f w/a bit of hickory.  Glazed it about 30 minutes before I pulled it.  IT was 145°f.

 

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The sauce was great for this purpose, next I might add some heat and do wings.

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That's one good looking loin roast. I'll bet it tasted great. We made some peach habanero  jelly

and used it for a glaze on ribs, etc. We also put it into a BBQ bean dish for some sweet heat.

Lots of possibilities to add a little extra flavor to your Q.

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1 hour ago, Jack. said:

That looks delicious.  Is it unusual to have so much fruit after just 2 years?

I honestly don't know, these are Harvester variety, a Texas native.  They will produce with only 1 tree but are more prolific with 2 or more.  Year 1 with one tree we got around 6, this year with 2 trees we even got almost 20 on the young tree.  No bigger than a tennis ball.  We bought them in 10 gallon containers, about 7 feet tall.

 

This is the new one.  We were afraid the limbs would break by the end.

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16 hours ago, K_sqrd said:

That's one good looking loin roast. I'll bet it tasted great. We made some peach habanero  jelly

and used it for a glaze on ribs, etc. We also put it into a BBQ bean dish for some sweet heat.

Lots of possibilities to add a little extra flavor to your Q.

Peach habanero jelly sounds delicious. Adding that to the list.

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On 8/15/2021 at 10:00 PM, philpom said:

these are Harvester variety, a Texas native. 

We planted one as a shade tree for our first house, which had the western sun beating on the back, included the master bedroom. Much to my surprise, that single tree produced LOTS of peaches. I would take bushels of peaches to work, all from that one tree. When we sold the house 12 years later, that tree was at least 25’ tall with a huge canopy. It served its shade purpose and produced some fantastic peaches!

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Phill you have a lot to look forward to with your trees. My parents had one for about 35 years it was a grafted tree with 5 kinds of peaches grafted on to a common trunk. Depending on the peach load you may have to brace the branches at times. But getting back to the topic very nice looking pork loin, I really like the color . Perhaps if we ask nice Mrs. Phill will share the peach BBQ sauce recipe with us

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On 8/18/2021 at 9:53 AM, len440 said:

Phill you have a lot to look forward to with your trees. My parents had one for about 35 years it was a grafted tree with 5 kinds of peaches grafted on to a common trunk. Depending on the peach load you may have to brace the branches at times. But getting back to the topic very nice looking pork loin, I really like the color . Perhaps if we ask nice Mrs. Phill will share the peach BBQ sauce recipe with us

I don't want to put it here, it's copyright protected but here is a link to the recipe.  It's from Balls Complete book of home preserving. 

 

http://www.freshpreserving.com.au/2018/12/03/zesty-peach-barbecue-sauce/

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