Pork loin is a wide and thick rectangular cut of Pork from the loin muscle of the pig, the midsection that runs from the shoulder to the rear. More specifically, pork loin is cut from the back, between the back fat and the ribs. Pork loin commonly has a thin layer of fat running along its top, called the fat cap. The best way to cook pork loin is to sear it quickly on the stove until it is browned, then finish cooking it in the oven until a meat thermometer reads an internal temperature of 145 degrees Fahrenheit. You can also prepare pork loin in a slow cooker. Pork loin roast is an ideal dish for feeding a large group of people, and you can easily slice it into medallions to serve.
Approximately 5.5 - 6 lbs
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