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Unread 12-16-2010, 06:44 PM   #1
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So I'm cooking these Korean pork chops that someone in my office has prepared and marinated, but she didn't give me any cooking instructions. I was going to do them indirect on my Egg with a little apple smoke, how long do you guys think I should do them for?
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I dont have an egg. But I would go till they reach 143* internal temp. Let them rest and enjoy. Depending on thickness about fifteen or twenty minutes, around there checking for doneness.
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Thin or thick, if thick, offset is the way I would go. If thin, I would be tempted to grill very fast.
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They are about 1/4 in thick, so I'm thinking they will be done fairly quickly.
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Yep, I would go over a charcoal fire and sear them hard, they will be done and I bet taste fantastic.
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