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Old 10-24-2006, 08:31 AM   #1
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Wolfe Rub Thin Cut Pork Chops

Here is the beginning of my cook today. I have rubbed the pork chops and have them in the fridge. This afternoon, I'm going to fire up the smoker and use some hickory to smoke them up. I figure it shouldn't take much charcoal, wood, or time as thin as they are. I plan to cook them near the firebox. Any suggestions on this, let me know!!
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Old 10-24-2006, 08:34 AM   #2
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I would grill them...indirect with and add a chunk of wood to the fire
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I 2nd Wittdogs opinion. Some wild rice would make a nice side.
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That's kind of what I'm intending. Since we only have a gasser (with one burner out and can't find a replacement), I'm going to start the charcoal in the firebox, add some hickory chips, and cook them close to the fire. Les did some burgers that way and it worked great! Hopefully, it will work for me. lol

As for sides, I am thinking yellow rice and some gingered carrots. I don't have any wild rice here.
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Old 10-24-2006, 08:44 AM   #5
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Doesn' you pit have a charcoal grate?
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You mean in the part where you put the meat? I'm lost. lol
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You mean in the part where you put the meat? I'm lost. lol
yeah where you put the meat....like a regular grill
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Old 10-24-2006, 08:53 AM   #8
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Ok I gotcha! LOL Yeah, it does but we haven't used it that way and Les didn't really want a fire built in that part.
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if they're that thin, just cook them direct over a wood fire.
"high & quick"... get it over with.
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Finneys got it right! They are too thin for indirect.
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Old 10-24-2006, 05:00 PM   #11
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Well, my way is working just fine. lol I'll have pics in just a bit to share. They're plugging away.
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First pic is on the pit............



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View from my front door....................Love how the sun is going down and the tops of the colorful trees are lit up.

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Sorry the pics are kinda dark. I'm still trying to learn all the features on this new camera and didn't want to take the time to get the book out right now. lol
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Good looking dinner Allie!
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Finneys got it right! They are too thin for indirect.
Aren't I always?
I'd have to ask your grandmother about that!

Allie it looked great!
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Great looking dinner Allie!
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Finneys got it right! They are too thin for indirect.
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I'd have to ask your grandmother about that!

Allie it looked great![/quote:dyo1khaw]

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I'd eat that. I am sure Les put the hurtin on them. Love the sunset shot too.
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nice lookin chops you got there allie
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