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In Reply to: Re: Temp for Pork Loin Roast posted by yoh pig on August 31, 2012 at 09:41:04:
Some folks have mentioned that the roast will continue to rise in temperature after it has been removed from the cooker.
The cooking temperature will make a difference in how much the internal temperature rises after cooking on the fire. The greater the cooking temperature, the more the internal temperature of the roast will be. In other words, if you are cooking below 250ºF, the rise in temperature will not be as much if you are cooking at 300ºF or more.
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