Pork - Recipes and Information about Grilling and Smoking Pork
Stuffed Pork Chops - Stuff and grill these pork chops full of flavor
To make a good pork chop great stuff it and grill it. If you stuff a pork chop properly the stuffing will stay inside while you grill it hot and fast. If you choose to brine or marinate your chops make the pocket first so you can get that flavor inside.
Pork Chops have been dished up, dry and tough for many years. This is because they get pan fried, baked or broiled to death. Today's pork products are not like those of years ago. You can actually have a pork chop cooked medium and not have any trouble. So marinate your chops, put them on the grill and take them off just as the last of the pink...
Salt-water brine will increase the water stored in pork so that it will stay moist and tender while it cooks. You can also use brines to add flavor to your pork, whether it’s a large roast or just a few chops.
Stuffed Pork Loin
This one will test your talents, but the work is well worth it when you slice this stuffed pork loin full of flavor and wrapped in tender and tasty grilled pork.
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National Pork Producers Council
Information for consumers and producers of pork products.
While every cut of pork benefits from the affects of a good marinade, tougher cuts need a marinade to make them tender to to prevent them from...