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    Pork Plate

    In contrast to this weekend, not a ton of time on my hands today, so this post will only have one picture.

    Grilled up a couple of Berkshire loin chops (seasoned with DP Dizzy Dust) from my local butcher, as well as a couple of links of the bratwurst I made yesterday. Chops were on the 26er for about 8 minutes indirect (~400-425 lid therm temp), then seared on my cast iron grate for a couple minutes per side. The links got a similar treatment, only less time indirect, and just 30-45 seconds a side on the cast iron.



    We plated this up with some seasoned rice and a side salad (spinach for me, arugula for the girls.) We gave massive thanks to the wonderful pig!! Tasty stuff all the way around.

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    Fine looking plate of food.

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    The Brats & Chops look fantastic Rich. I wish I could get good Chops over charcoal. I just can't do good BBQ Chops

    So I fry them.....That's my favorite way anyway, LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckO View Post
    The Brats & Chops look fantastic Rich. I wish I could get good Chops over charcoal. I just can't do good BBQ Chops

    So I fry them.....That's my favorite way anyway, LOL
    Most chops get done on the stove here, too, Chuck. My kids love the pan sauce I make for chops, so they get mad at me when there's no pan!

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    Looks great Rich. Where's the bacon?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pat G View Post
    Looks great Rich. Where's the bacon?
    The pork trifecta? I had to draw the line somewhere, Pat......may have drawn it in the wrong place!

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    Both the chops and the sausage look great Rich. We do quite a few pork chops and I've finally got it figured out, pork is so much leaner now than years ago and it's easy to over cook them.
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    Looking real fine there. Would love to try both. Berkshire pork would be a first around here.
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    Big Meat Monday! Looks terrific Rich. Glad you got to enjoy your bratwurst so soon. Sides sound great as well.
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    Looks fantastic!
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