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Down and dirty PGG!

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Pork Grits and Greens!

Mini-WSM burning apple and Kingsford blue. Not sure on the temp, probably around 265-270. I don't cook chops to an IT. I cook them by feel.

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I harvested are beets the other day and pickled them. I always save the greens for eating. Put the stalks in a container of water until you use them. Lightly steamed is all.

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Wife's boss brought us some grits back from Bama. Love blue Grits, they are the best!!

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Wow... Amazing, them chops look incredible, 2nd pic thought was moonshine at first

post #3 of 11

Looks great!!  I too can tell by feel when my chops are done.

 

Scott

post #4 of 11

Nice Case!  Love me some good chops!   So how long does it take to cook a grit?   :33:    Are they magic grits?

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Nice Case!  Love me some good chops!   So how long does it take to cook a grit?   :33:    Are they magic grits?

 

No self respecting Southerner uses INSTANT grits :biggrin:  Love that movie!!!

 

Scott

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Wow... Amazing, them chops look incredible, 2nd pic thought was moonshine at first


Thank you!

Wish the second shot was moonshine! Ah another hobby to take up my time....


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Looks great!!  I too can tell by feel when my chops are done.

 

Scott


Thank you! Yep only way to go with chops!


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post #8 of 11

LOL Never had a grit in my life...but would love to try.

 

Pork looks awesome Case!

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Nice Case!  Love me some good chops!   So how long does it take to cook a grit?   :33:    Are they magic grits?


Thanks Keith!

I get my grits from the same guy that sold Jack his beanstalk beans!


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LOL Never had a grit in my life...but would love to try.

 

Pork looks awesome Case!


Thank you! I'd recommend blue grits. Add some sharp cheddar, crumbled bacon, some grilled shrimp and a few dashes of Cholula, served over greens oh yeah!!!


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post #11 of 11

I love grits and Im a City boy!!!   I usually use white stone ground grits and make shrimp and grits with lots of shrimp gravy over the top!!! 

 

Scott

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