1 (2 lb) pork loin2 tbsp Local honey1 tbsp mustard1/2 cup Worcestershire sauce2 tbsp cider vinegar1 tbsp Midwestern Garden RadishIn a large pan or plastic bag, combine the Worcestershire sauce, honey, vinegar, mustard and Midwestern Garden Radish, mixing the ingredients together well. Add the roast, and coat well. Marinate for at least 2 hours in the refrigerator, making sure the bag is sealed. Turn the bag and roast occasionally to help coat roast while marinating. Grill over medium low indirect heat for 1 1/2 to 2 hours, or until internal temperature equals 160 F.
Pork roasts are a Sunday mainstay in my family. My Nana loved a good pork roast, so I guess she set the tone and I am so glad she did. There is good value in pork as far as buying meat goes. It is better for your waist line than red meat. Koreans believe it is good for your skin, blood and energy levels.
All of that makes it a perfect choice for a weekend supper; one that is low maintenance and slow cooking. It is a just reward after a day of raking leaves, shoveling snow or planting your garden.
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