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    Found this surfing the net all about pork steaks

    Sounds like a good way to get a not bone dry piece of pork to grill.

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    Guess the writer has never been to St Louis, the pork steak capital.
    He acts like it's a new discovery.
    This statement sure isn't true around here:
    "You probably won't find pork shoulder steaks packaged and ready to go at your local market."
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    You're right Bob, I think awhile ago I saw an ad in the paper for shoulder pork steaks but didn't pay to much attention as I was looking for pork butts. Going to watch for them now or get a pork shoulder and have it cut into steaks. Got to be better than the pork chops I've been getting or I should say using up as I haven't bought any in a long time.
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    I only buy rib chops now and pan fry them, a favorite for sure.
    It's been a good while since I made brinerated chops on the grill, and my post is now gone.
    I need to make them again, they were very good.
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    Not a fan of the pork steak. I have never been able to have them turn out to where they're enjoyable.

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    LOL. I chuckled when they said to cut a Pork steak across the grain, like a Flank steak.

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    I'll stick with my way.

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    My first cook in 08 on my 18.5" WSM was pork steaks and Moo&Oink hot links.
    That was a quick one, cause I just had to get it fired up

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    That brings back memories from when I was a kid growing up in Detroit. Pork steaks were a weekly dinner for a blue collar family. I always loved them pan fried and crispy!

    Haven’t seen them in the market for years. I guess I live in too good a neighborhood now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KToliver View Post
    That brings back memories from when I was a kid growing up in Detroit. Pork steaks were a weekly dinner for a blue collar family. I always loved them pan fried and crispy!

    Haven’t seen them in the market for years. I guess I live in too good a neighborhood now.
    Pre-cut pork steaks are probably a rarity anywhere outside of middle USA, but I'm sure most butchers will slice a butt if asked.
    Rich or poor, we all grill 'em here.
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