Pork Steaks

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culpepersmoke

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My wife is a St Louis gal so when I asked her what she wanted for Memorial Day she said pork steaks. Who was I to say no. 😁
Started off with a good coating of kosher salt and then back in the fridge for about a four o
hour nap. Brought them out, gave them a quick rinse, dry them off with a paper towel then a good coating of sweet heat rub.
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Cooked them on the gas grill (Weber Genesis) with a oak chips and some hickory pellets in the wood tray.
Sauced them with Head Country Apple Habanero BBQ sauce.

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I didn’t get a picture of the plate, served up with her potato salad.
good eating tonight.
 
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Sven Svensson

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That looks so good. Are you cutting those steaks yourself? I know it’s a Texas thing but I’ve never seen that cut here in CA. I know folks rave about it.
 

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That looks so good. Are you cutting those steaks yourself? I know it’s a Texas thing but I’ve never seen that cut here in CA. I know folks rave about it.
Any grocery store that has butchers/ meat packer's these days will run a Boston butt through the bandsaw for you at the ask'in. And they will cut them down to any thickness that you'd like for free as long as you buy the meat there.

Lucky's, Food Max and Safeway all sell pork steaks in the here East Bay Area.

We eat pork steaks at least twice a month around here.:emoji_thumbsup:
 

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We love those steaks, especially the ones that have the blade bone in them!
And yours look incredible!
Nicely done!
Al
 

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