Pork loin you eat with your hands
The holidays have come and gone, and even though cold weather has set in, it’s time to get back to some BBQ and grilling. The subject of today’s column won’t take a ton of work, but the results are unique and delicious. And with the Super Bowl approaching, this sandwich will be sure to make game-day guests smile.
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