Friend of mine was out in Western Mass and stopped in at her favorite farm. They have the most amazing pork products that they butcher and sell themselves. She brought me back a really good looking pork loin roast. This is not one of those anemic pork loins you usually see at the grocery-thin with little to no fat. This is heavy piece of pork, about 7 inches long and 4.5 inches wide, with a nice topping of fat. Perfect for our small family.
Any inspired way to cook it hat highlight and/or compliment the porky-wonderfulness?? Usually I would just coat with a mustard glaze, roast and serve with my own apple sauce. But I am feeling inspired and a google search turned up thousand of hits so thought I would venture out and see if there were any tried and true recipes from you all. Brine? Not Brine? Stuff? Slice into chops?