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Old 07-15-2019, 09:28 PM   #1
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Default Reverse Seared Pork Chops

I picked up these really nice thick chops, and thought I would do a reverse sear on them.

Seasoned with SM Sweet & Spicy, and put them on the Yoder at 225.

Pulled them at 115 and cranked the heat to 450. Seared 2 minutes per side.

Made some garlicky kale to go with it. Sliced garlic, onions, and bacon.



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Old 07-15-2019, 09:34 PM   #2
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Nice meal! That would be one of the best there is! Is the Simply Marvelous rub good on everything? I saw it, but I dont need anything else right now.
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Nice meal! That would be one of the best there is! Is the Simply Marvelous rub good on everything? I saw it, but I dont need anything else right now.
Rub is good, but not amazing. It taste like it has a little 5 spice powder in it, or something similar, went well on the pork. Not sure how it would be on everything.
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Great cook Josh.
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Gosh darn you and that Yoder get along well!!! Nicely done :)
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