There's two secrets with this grilled pork chop recipe that really make them stand out from other chops you may have tasted in the past.
First, cut the chops yourself from a pork rib roast. It really isn't much more work and you can cut the chops as thick as you like. Many times these roasts will be on sale too.
Secondly, soak the chops overnight in an apple cider brine. This is the same secret used to keep chicken and turkey juicy and flavorful after cooking.
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