Steven Raichlen's Barbecue! Bible

Chops

Triple Thick Pork Chops

Start with thick chops (each tips the scale at over 1 pound), which increases the ratio of interior meat to surface area. (The surface is where the chop dries out.) […]

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Grilled Pork Porterhouses with Newcastle Brown Ale and Mustard

Brown ale gives these quick grilled pork chops a soulful malt flavor with hopsy undertones. The mustard, onion, and pork evoke another classic combination: beer and bratwurst.

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Sweet & Garlicky Pork Chops

One of the constants in the world of barbecue is the pairing of grilled meats with garlic. Another is the use of sugar- or honey-based marinade to counterpoint the richness […]

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Sweet and Salty Pork Chops

When the pork comes off the grill, it is as sweet as proverbial candy, and the curing keeps what is often a dry cut of meat deliciously moist.

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Sweet Soy Pork Chops Double-Dipped in White Soy Sauce

These sweet-salty pork chops come from Chicago food dude Paul Kahan. If you live in or have been to the Windy City, you know his restaurants—Blackbird, avec, The Publican, and […]

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