Tying the Knot on a Pork Loin

1. Without cutting kitchen string from its roll, slide a section under the end of the loin closest to you. Pull the string around crosswise and tie the first knot, leaving a long end to tie the second knot.Christopher Hirsheimer
2. Make a large loop on your hand and slide it around the opposite end of the loin, stopping one inch below the first loop. Pull down on the string to tighten it. Continue making loops at 1" intervals until the entire loin is covered.Christopher Hirsheimer
3. Wrap the string under the loin once, making a loop lengthwise. Tie the second knot to the end of the first one and cut the string.Christopher Hirsheimer
4. You'll get the same results, though the process isn't as streamlined, by tying individual lengths of string crosswise around the loin.
TIP: Slice the cooked loin on either side of the string, so that it will hold the piece together until serving time.
Christopher Hirsheimer