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Old 02-02-2013, 04:26 PM   #8
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Originally Posted by smokeyokie View Post
Great looking chops!!! You might try brining your chops, will add moisture and flavor... That being said, sometimes simple is best, nothing wrong with Salt and Pepper!!!!!
Great Looking Chops there!

I brine my Duroc Chops with simple salt/sugar brine.
No added flavors like I used to do
No attempt to change flavor, just that moisture POP that we love.

Congrats!

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