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Unread 08-20-2011, 09:52 PM   #1
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Default 2 inch pork chops for dinner

1st Time grilling some 2" thick pork chops on the weber performer. I was watching the temp of the grill and was distracted working on my UDS. When I finally paid attention to the meat temp, it was about 35 degrees too warm. Still tasted pretty good and was moist and juicy (brined it). Next time I will pay more attention to the meat and get it right on.



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Looks good. I was eyeing some chops today and regret not picking them up. Those look delicious.
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what do you with 2 inch chops? LOL. jk

I usually brine mine then grill over high heat. mm mmm good.

those look really really good though. use any type of wood>?
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When I finally paid attention to the meat temp, it was about 35 degrees too warm. Still tasted pretty good and was moist and juicy (brined it). Next time I will pay more attention to the meat and get it right on.



Hey when they come out looking like that the heat is really a non issue. I know we all like low and slow, but truthfully higher heat usually just means faster cook time. I had that this last week, couldnt keep temp down was expecting about 11 hour cook with heat up it was only about 8. Was still just as delicious though. Those things look awesome
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I have to agree, even though they were cooked higher than you wanted, they look like they turned out great.
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those look exceptional!!!!!very nice!!!
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what do you with 2 inch chops? LOL. jk

I usually brine mine then grill over high heat. mm mmm good.

those look really really good though. use any type of wood>?
I used a little bit of hickory.
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those look exceptional!!!!!very nice!!!
The were 2 for $9 WE had a vegetable $ salad with it. You can't feed 2 people at McDonalds for that. A big mack costs about $4 now. Take your pick.
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Saw the post title and had to check it out. I love big chops, stuffed or not.
Those look great!!
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Looks Great. A lot of Texas Hill Country BBQ joints have them on the menu. They tend to use a savory rub on them. One of the better uses for a pork loin.
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Pass some over Pappy. Those look like they would fit on my plate just perfect!
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Nice - what was your brine?
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I'm the official tester for overdone meats. Send them to me for confirmation please.
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Nice - what was your brine?
I kept the brine simple. Brown sugar, seasalt, water.
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Nothing wrong with those bad boys. Nice color on them.
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