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Going to Smoke some chops this weekend before the Bears game ;)

Was going to hang them inside will the meat pull back away from the bone like ribs ?

post #2 of 9

Chops are generally to lean for smoking. But if I where to do it I would wrap some bacon around them to keep from drying out.

post #3 of 9

Chops cook fast 1 1/2 to 2 hrs. depending on how hot your smoker is running, but they can be really really tastey! My all time favorite is to mix a couple of cups of buttermilk with some Tony Chacharro's Creole Seasoning - just mix to taste, but be carefull cause Tony's can get a little salty if you over do it. Then put the chops in a ziplock bag or a plastic container and let them "brine" in that overnight. Smoke with some mesquite at 225°.


The buttermilk acts like a tenderizer and give them a wonderfull subtle flavor.

post #4 of 9

Geez Johnny, is there anything you don't have a recipe for?   icon_lol.gif

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Well I hope your chops will do better then the Bear will do against the Pack.

post #6 of 9
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That sounds good, I'll give it a try..... 225 is what I was thinking, I buy smoked chops at Fareway and they are really good. I would just as soon smoke my own. I'll get some pictures this weekend.

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yea, everybody here tells me the same thing, we'll see what Rodgers is made of since there's a Super bowl spot on the line.......

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Will see if Culter falls apart like he likes to do. Maybe he will throw more passes to the packers then the bears like he did last year :) Might want to throw some other confort food on the smoker also. You know for after the Bears lose :)

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Yep, Cutler COULD be the best player the Packers have Sunday ;)




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