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Quick recipe: Thick, boneless pork chops

I made these last night with an off-the-cuff recipe. The chops were from Costco and about 2" thick. Dried the chops with paper towels. I made a quick rub of 2/3 Emeril's Essence and 1/3 brown sugar. I used this very liberally on the chops. Grilled on the BGE at 400 for 24 minutes, flipping them every four minutes and rotating them around the grill as necessary.

I sprinkled the cooked chops with the remainder of the rub. They were damn near perfect.

Tim

Comments

  • bodskibodski Posts: 424
    Makes my mouth water. What was your set up? Raised direct?

    Cincinnati

    LBGE, Weber Kettle, Weber Gasser

  • You know what they say.....no pictures, didn't happen....but it sounds good.
    LBGE
  • ratcheerratcheer Posts: 189
    bodski said:
    Makes my mouth water. What was your set up? Raised direct?
    Just direct at 400 - cast iron grid on top of fire ring.

    Tim
  • ratcheerratcheer Posts: 189
    DocWonmug said:
    You know what they say.....no pictures, didn't happen....but it sounds good.
    And like I always say, I ate the evidence. Sorry, I'm not the type who always runs around with a camera in my hands.

    Tim
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