Got my cast iron grates finally for my Smokey Joe and they make a big difference on the little guy. I wanted pork sanwiches, but didn't want to do the normal sliced loin and didn't feel like taking the time to stuff it. So I decided to make chopped pork sandwiches out of it, the reason I like to chop the loin, is it can be stringy when pulled. So I take it to the point it's tender and pullable, then chop it.
Rubbed it down with [URL=http://wolfepit.blogspot.com/2009/10/wolfe-rub-bbq-seasoning-recipes.html]Wolfe Rub Original [/URL]and this little sucker was still firm and partially frozen, so I had to literally lock the lid down on the SJ. Cooked with Royal Oak and Apple wood (Thanks to my apple wood hook up ;) ).
As you can tell, I'm cooking in my driveway. I was in the process of rebuilding some fishing reels in the garage and didn't want to keep going around back to check on the Performer. So I brought the SJ around while I worked and played in the garage.
Once the loin hit 160 I put it in an aluminum pan with 2 snack cups of applesauce for the braising liquid and finished in a 325 oven.
BTW, I love butter beans......
Topped the sandwich with homemade slaw and Sticky Fingers Carolina Sweet sauce. Haven't had this sauce before, but will again. Quite tasty!