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First post on here and I thought I would share with you guys my APL Serious Barbecue cook. I decided to do the Glazed Pork

Loin with Cilantro and Garlic which I must say was INCREDIBLE! By far my favorite pork loin I have ever had the pleasure of eating! On this cook, I also decided to do a few of his sides from the Serious Barbecue book as well and chose to do Grilled Corn on the Cob with cilantro pesto (which my wife destroyed!!) and also Grilled Asparagus with Sherry-Shallot Vinaigrette which was also incredible. Im not much of a corn eater but the corn was awesome. The pesto added such a complex and sharp flavor to the corn that we could not put it down! So, without further ado, here are a few pics of my cook. Hope you guys enjoy!post-3735-0-38739900-1380763396_thumb.jppost-3735-0-84972200-1380763439_thumb.jppost-3735-0-28732500-1380763485_thumb.jppost-3735-0-32384400-1380763494_thumb.jppost-3735-0-04647800-1380763505_thumb.jppost-3735-0-16907700-1380763515_thumb.jppost-3735-0-54128600-1380763523_thumb.jppost-3735-0-85189700-1380763534_thumb.jppost-3735-0-13736700-1380763546_thumb.jppost-3735-0-57806200-1380763557_thumb.jppost-3735-0-28909300-1380763589_thumb.jppost-3735-0-14914200-1380763599_thumb.jppost-3735-0-99607400-1380763609_thumb.jppost-3735-0-16736300-1380763620_thumb.jppost-3735-0-00557700-1380763632_thumb.jppost-3735-0-67263500-1380763642_thumb.jp

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Looks great!  Thanks, I just got the book and am leafing through it.  Some interesting ideas. You sure turned out an awesome looking meal from it!

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