How to make it

  • Rub the chops with the prepared dry rub. Pat it into the meat See Photo. Let it rest for 20 minutes.
  • Preheat the grill to medium high heat. Oil the grates or spray with non-stick grill spray.
  • Grill until done (this varies so much with size of chop or density I'll not try to give you a time) See Photo
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  • dugger 9 years ago
    Interesting development. My nine year old grandson so liked these he made me print out the recipe so he could give it his mom, my daughter, to make her fix them for him. LOL.. Now I've got him turning them on the grill.
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  • nehmalo 10 years ago
    Sounds yummy !! I'm can't wait to try it. thanks =O)
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  • thepiggs 11 years ago
    The do sound delicious! Send one to me!

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  • dugger 11 years ago
    Please remember, the sugar will blacken early. So provide a method for it to bake out over indirect heat. I move mine to the top rack and turn off the burner under that section.
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  • dugger 11 years ago
    OK brief comments.

    First, the chops are from Sam's Warehouse. They are huge, thick, pounds. So they cook very slowly. If you have thinner chops check them frequently. I have a thermofork which I have decided has mental disease. It cannot seem to make up it's mind. I use it as an early warning that they are getting done. Then I take a knife and slit an edge to check the doneness.

    Second point, this is an Ad Lib recipe. I just made it up and tried it tonight. A work in progress.

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