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post #81 of 98
Very nice Adam..... Some day, I will run across one of those bone-in loins... I'm sure they would be awesome..... icon14.gif
post #82 of 98
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Very nice Adam..... Some day, I will run across one of those bone-in loins... I'm sure they would be awesome..... icon14.gif

Took me awhile to find one.

Thanks.
post #83 of 98

Go to any meat department and ask a meat man for a whole or half bone in loin.  If they're displaying store-wrapped bone-in pork chops, they're cutting them from whole loins; during a pork sale, preferably, for the best price.   Bone-in cured and smoked pork chops look great!

post #84 of 98

Those are beautiful! I know they are going to taste great too.

post #85 of 98
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Go to any meat department and ask a meat man for a whole or half bone in loin.  If they're displaying store-wrapped bone-in pork chops, they're cutting them from whole loins; during a pork sale, preferably, for the best price.   Bone-in cured and smoked pork chops look great!

 

Weis markets was having a bone in chops sale and I got the whole loin.  Should have seen the butchers face when I told him I wanted a whole loin.

 

Thanks for the help Pops.

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Those are beautiful! I know they are going to taste great too.

 

 

Thanks Woodcutter.  Maybe supper tonight.

post #86 of 98
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Finally got them sliced.

 

 

 

 

They sure look pretty.   Smell great too.  

 

 

To bad the wife already has supper cooking.

 

I might just have to fry one up anyway.

 

Those look Great, Adam!!:drool------------:points:

 

That will hold you awhile!!

 

Me & Mrs Bear could get at least 20 meals out of that Tray of Smoked Pork Chops!!Thumbs Up

 

 

Bear

post #87 of 98
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Thanks Bear.

 

I vacuum sealed them 2 in a pack and got 21 packs.

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Thanks Bear.

 

I vacuum sealed them 2 in a pack and got 21 packs.


Perfect---Exactly what we would have done. Then grab a pack every couple weeks.:drool:drool

 

 

Bear

post #89 of 98
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Perfect---Exactly what we would have done. Then grab a pack every couple weeks.:drool:drool

 

 

Bear

 

 

Well, my wife wont eat them    "they have a bone in them".

 

She isn't much for meat on bones.

post #90 of 98
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Well, my wife wont eat them    "they have a bone in them".

 

She isn't much for meat on bones.


LOL-----Cut the bone off, leaving a half inch of meat on the bone. Add the bone to your plate with your chop, and heat the boneless portion for her.

 

Tell her it was Bear's idea!!:biggrin:  I'll take the blame!

 

Bear

post #91 of 98
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Well, my wife wont eat them    "they have a bone in them".

 

She isn't much for meat on bones.


You've spoiler her with all that good beef you raise!

post #92 of 98
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Well, my wife wont eat them    "they have a bone in them".

She isn't much for meat on bones.
I thought I had the only crazy woman that thought that way!! The only thing she'll eat with a bone is ribs.
post #93 of 98
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Supper pics.

Heating up on cast iron.

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Browned up nice.

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Served with cheesy taters.

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And some fork view.

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post #94 of 98

Looks Great C-man! have you tryed some red-eye gravy and biscuits with those? Throw in a couple a eggs and everyone will be up and ready to go on Christmas morning!

 

That is a great idea! Fried eggs, cured chops, redeye gravy and biscuits. I just had chicken and dumplins and that still sounds good!

 

Excellent job my friend.

post #95 of 98
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Sounds good. No eggs allowed in this house thou
post #96 of 98
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Supper pics.

Heating up on cast iron.

IMG_20141219_191019461_zps9kni4uo2.jpg

Browned up nice.

IMG_20141219_192150646_zpsgrqbijly.jpg

Served with cheesy taters.

IMG_20141219_193039369_zpshdvmumq7.jpg

And some fork view.

IMG_20141219_193145878_HDR_zps8qtfmelk.jpg

WHAT ? I missed dinner ? th_crybaby2.gif

Man Adam do them look sooo tasty ! drool.gif

Very nice man !

It all looks great.....

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post #97 of 98
Great looking chops Adam!!
post #98 of 98

Looks Great, Adam!!Thumbs Up

 

Mighty Tasty!:drool

 

I have found that heating up in a hot Pan is the best way for cured & smoke pork chops too!!!Thumbs Up

 

They get dry on a grill in a hurry.

 

Bear

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