Pork Steak Anyone?

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thirdeye

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These are full length pork steaks.... all the major muscles came to the party, even the narrow strip under the false cap.
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I started these on the kettle, I'm still getting used to the water reservoir.

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After a couple of hours I moved over the Egg for the raised direct finish and crisp up.

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Those look delicious. What are they sharing a plate with?
Sheet pan carrots and zucchini and some foil cup potatoes, kind of like scalloped potatoes but cooked in individual cups instead of baking pan. I had leftovers with eggs for breakfast.
 
They look great! I’m a huge fan of pork steaks. When I was younger they were so much cheaper than most things I could grill I ate them often.
 
Got some beautiful color on them, they look really good!

Ryan
 
I love pork steaks! Like them any way they are cooked but my favorite is fried. I do like them smoked in a smoker or in a charcoal grill with a little bit of hickory and apple chips for some added flavor.
Those look great!
 
I love pork steaks! Like them any way they are cooked but my favorite is fried. I do like them smoked in a smoker or in a charcoal grill with a little bit of hickory and apple chips for some added flavor.
Those look great!
I haven't done this in years but using Shake and Bake is a different twist. They have to be on the thin side so they tender up when the breading is done.
 
I haven't done this in years but using Shake and Bake is a different twist. They have to be on the thin side so they tender up when the breading is done.
Funny you should mention that. It's a guilty secret of mine that we actually like Shake & Bake for chops as an easy meal now and then.
 
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