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Unread 12-08-2009, 03:52 PM   #5
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I use all different kinds of cuts depending what's on sale. Pork loin is the driest. I've done whole roasts and chops on the grill. You can find all kids of bone in pork chops from thick to thin. I really like country ribs as they have the most fat so moister and usually really cheap. For all types I usually just rub and do indirect on the grill. So far my favorite is McCormicks pork rub and Sweet Baby Ray's BBQ sauce. Five pould roast takes about 1:15 to 1:30 at 350. Chops 30-45 min depending on thickness. Haven't tried brining yet but need to. Either way ot always comes out good.
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