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First Attempt at Pork Chops.

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We got some great looking pork chops this weekend and I decided to smoke them. I brined them for about 4-5 hours in a simple salt, sugar, and soy sauce brine. I had good results brining a pork shoulder last weekend, so why not give it a try. I used a dry rub of brown sugar, garlic powder, seasoned salt, black pepper, and a dash of cayenne.

 

I smoked them with applewood at 235 degrees for a little over 2 hours and took off at 160 degrees internal temperature.

 

They turned out fantastic, very moist and flavorful. Maybe the best pork chops I have ever made myself at home. I have had some other things turn out just OK, so I am very pleased with this recipe.

 

Next up, another attempt at Brisket!

 

 

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Go Browns! & Buckeyes for that matter!

 

Those look great, hopefully they were tender...

 

225!

post #3 of 3

Pretty pork chops, that little bit of sugar coats them and give a little sweet to the taste also.

 

Beautiful looking chops.

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