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Old 08-26-2011, 02:13 AM   #1
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Hey everyone! I've been so busy recently that I really haven't time to do much grilling, and tonight I decided enough was enough! SoI did a couple nice 1" think bone in-pork chops for dinner. Very happy with the way they came out! Thought I'd take a couple pics for the TD... Here's what went down.

I cut off a couple pork chops from some meat I had for a job the other day and decided to do them tonight. Started off with 1" frenched chops:



Put on some infused EVOO and seasoned them up with some fancy salt , fresh cracked black pepper, garlic powder, smoked paprika and some chili flakes:





Threw them on the grill RS to smoke with some Lychee wood then seared them to 155˚ IT:









Then plated them up over some garlic & butter "steamed" veggies (Cauliflower, broccoli, mushrooms and pumpkin).







They came out so nice and juicy! No sauce needed here! Well, thanks for looking guys.

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Old 08-26-2011, 02:30 AM   #2
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That'll hit the spot right there Ph.!
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Old 08-26-2011, 02:35 AM   #3
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Ah, pass me a plate also?

Fine looking chops!
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Drool worthy! What was the evoo infused with?
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BAM!!!!! looks awesome!!!!
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Very, very nice! Beautiful presentation!
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Thanks guys!

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Drool worthy! What was the evoo infused with?
Hey Guerry, I do batches of EVOO when I get it in bulk... Its just garlic, dried chillis & Rosemary... Good stuff! Always have a bottle of the stuff around.. I've done some with peppercorns too. You can do it with whatever you want.

***Forgot to add a pic I had...



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Phrasty I love your cookin'. It always looks outstanding!
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I actually really did salivate looking at those. Beautiful shots of beautiful food - thanks for posting!
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Hey, I'll trade one of Redhot's quesadillas for a chop...
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Hey, I'll trade one of Redhot's quesadillas for a chop...
Hehe I'm down for that for sure! However you're not "lit" anymore... So does it still qualify as lit quesadillas??

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