Yield: Yields 4 sandwiches.
Use a coffee grinder dedicated to spices or a mortar and pestle to grind your whole spices. The coarse grind gives the pork a wonderfully textured crust and won’t burn the way a finely ground rub might. Roast the pork loin at night when the kitchen is cooler.
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This sandwich is greater than the sum of its parts, even though each is delicious. I have been making these sandwiches since I read issue 21! They get great reviews and everything is even better if you cook it ahead (I mean the pork loin and apple butter). Go on a picnic just to try this one out. Seriously.
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