Pork chops with QView

Discussion in 'Pork' started by jeremy5431, Nov 22, 2014.

  1. jeremy5431

    jeremy5431 Fire Starter

    It's going to be 40 degrees tomorrow so I thought I would make some smoked chops. I bought 3 bone in thick cut chops and put them in a cure/brine.

    Maple syrup
    Broken sugar
    K salt
    Juniper berries
    Thyme
    Water




    But tonight's dinner is Chow mein using a recipe my grandmother made back in the "day"

     
  2. oldschoolbbq

    oldschoolbbq Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Chow Mein looks good . [​IMG]

    Those Chops will be good too, be sure to send Q-view or [​IMG]  you'll be led out back of the Smokehouse...

    Have fun and. . .
     
  3. jeremy5431

    jeremy5431 Fire Starter

  4. jeremy5431

    jeremy5431 Fire Starter

    Took the chops out of the bring to let the dry for a bit. Now they are rubbed with my special rub



    Staring the smoker in 1.5 hours. I'm going to smoke them at 225 till they reach 130 or an hour to an hour and a half. Then reverse sear them.

     
    Last edited: Nov 23, 2014
  5. b-one

    b-one Smoking Guru OTBS Member

    Looks like your off to a great start!
     
  6. jeremy5431

    jeremy5431 Fire Starter

    And the final result...




    I used an apple cider glaze at the end... They were a bit on the done side but still juicy. Nice smoke ring too. Next time I'm not sure if I would let them rest while I started started another chimney of coals.
     
  7. woodchucks

    woodchucks Smoke Blower

  8. jeremy5431

    jeremy5431 Fire Starter

    So far I like it. It was my first time using it. The one thing I noticed was the tip didn't have the same taper as my old thermometer, so I had it push it in the meat more. I like how quick and it reads the temp. I can't wait to try using it on steaks and the upcoming turkey.
     

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