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Old 07-28-2021, 07:47 PM   #1
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Made a few Boneless Pork Loin Chops on the Weber Performer. Brined them overnight in a little kosher salt, brown sugar and spices. Smoked with a some Apple and Hickory chunks, then grilled and finished off the heat after saucing. Very happy with the results. When I was a kid, pork chops meant dried out, breaded, fried, then baked, thin slices of pork that required lots of beverages to wash them down. These chops had plenty of moisture.

Few pics of the cook. Don't mind the canned carrots for the side. Not a lot of time to do sides after work...
















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Old 07-28-2021, 08:02 PM   #2
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Those are gorgeous!
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Excellent. A couple of brined chops are on the menu for Friday.

I hope mine turn out as fine as yours.
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Those look darn good. Thanks for sharing.
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They do look tasty, I will forgive the carrots
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They do look tasty, I will forgive the carrots
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I go big on sides when doing a bigger cook and there is time, but when cooking after work, it's usually a canned or frozen veggie...
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Gorgeous. And no shame at all in the frozen/canned veggies. Nutrition and such is maintained, sometimes buying fresh means buying out of season, and time is always short. All looks amazing!
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Mighty fine Chops!
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Did you cut your own chops or did you find them that thick? I always have trouble finding 2" thick chops... nice cook, wish I was there to enjoy them!
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Did you cut your own chops or did you find them that thick? I always have trouble finding 2" thick chops... nice cook, wish I was there to enjoy them!
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I buy the whole loin at times and cut it myself, when they are on sale, but these were already cut and purchased from Costco. My Costco cuts everything thick.
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Them look mighty tasty! Very well done!
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