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BBQ pork chops

3 lbs of center cut pork loin chops, about 1" thick, extremely lean
1/4 cup Worcestershire sauce
2 tbsp liquid hickory smoke sauce
1 tbsp white vinegar

Mix together and sprinkle over the chops.

1 tsp seasoned salt
1 tsp Cavender's all purpose Greek seasoning
1/2 tsp Spice D Lite charbroiled flavored table seasoning
4-5 good healthy dashes each of cayenne pepper and paprika

Mix together and press firmly into both sides of chops (after
they've been sprinkled with the marinade).

Now, one last seasoning: course grind black pepper all over both
sides of chops, pressing it in firmly also. You may think you're
putting too much, but lay it to it! You won't regret it.

The curing place the chops in a gallon sized zip-lock freezer bag,
pouring all of the marinade sauce in as well. Try to get as much
of the air out of the bag as you can before sealing it. Then place
in the fridge for 24 hours. I turned the bag after about 12 hours
to let the sauce get through and through.

The bar-b-que sauce I mixed about 1 part Kraft hot barbeque sauce,
2 parts regular barbeque sauce, and 3 parts Sonny's real pit sweet
bar-b-q sauce.

The cooking I lit the gas grill, one side only, low to medium heat.
I then placed the chops on the grill (no bar-b-que sauce yet) and
cooked the first side about 2 minutes, just enough to turn the meat
white. I then turned them, and brushed enough of the bar-b-que
sauce on just to paint the cooked side, and cooked for 2 more
minutes. I then brushed the 2nd side same as the first. I simply
repeated this turning and brushing for about a total of 6 minutes
per side. These turned out so golden brown, with wonderful grill
marks, they looked like they came out of one of the cooking magazines.
And they were delicious.

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Best BBQ Pork Chop recipe out there!, February 26, 2004 - 01:55 PM
Reviewer: Anonymous from Florida, USA
I've made these pork chops several times for many different people, family & friends, and anyone who has had them has said they haven't had a better tasting chop. You'll feel like a 5 star chef after you've made these mouth watering chops. The marinading is the hardest part! Plan a day in advance. I follow this recipe to a T with the exception "Spice D Lite" liquid smoke. Any liquid smoke will do. Cavendar's is my new favorite all-purpose seasoning. And if you can get Sonny's Real Pit Sweet BBQ sauce, do it! It's the best tasting one you'll find! Also, unless you LOVE spice, go easy on the black pepper or your mouth will be on fire!

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