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Unread 10-26-2013, 03:48 PM   #1
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Default Quick Smoked / Grilled Pork Chops

I put a piece of cherry wood on to smolder next to the grilled chops. It actually picked up some nice flavor in a very short time. Sliced and served with a little Blues Hog. It wasn't too bad for not having time to actually smoke it right.
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Any smoke flavoring is a plus... Great idea..
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Nice looking chops.
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Good Looking Grub!

Your timing is perfect for us.
I have 2 thick chops defrosting and the brine is in the fridge chilling down for tomorrow AM.

Thanks for adding to the inspiration!

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That's a good idea to have in the old hip pocket. Looks tasty too.
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Nice ! You cant go wrong with cherry
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Nice looking chops !

Lately I have been brining my Pork Chops overnight then a quick sear on both sides and reduce the heat to finish.
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Using a brine with pork chops in something I'm not familiar with. I'd love to hear some details on this please.
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