Saturday, February 6, 2010

Pork Chops

Start with standard cut pork chops.
The standard cut is usually 1/2 inch to 3/4 inch thick.

When seasoning pork chops, season both sides lightly or heavy on one side.

Our family's favorite seasoning is Spade L Ranch.

Make sure to flip the pork chops occasionally as you grill them.
Pork chops will turn a light white color when they are done. If there is pink in the middle, they need to cook longer.

It is easy to over cook pork chops so be careful.


Jan said...

Looks delicious!

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Michelle said...

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Brad N said...

Mr. Butcher,

I have a really good Jamaican jerk marinade to try on pork chops. I can give you the recipe and you don't even have to link to my blog.

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