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Topic Title: Pork loin chops
Created on May 30, 2008 at 03:55 PM


How long should I cook pork loin chops 1" thick? I have the Apex grill

Brian A

For quick reference, you may want to access Holland's Time Chart Guidelines. Go to Holland's main web page. Click on "Grill Accessories". Drop down to "Thermo/Timer w Probe". Click on "Cooking Guidelines".
Holland lists the temperature pork, etc, should be cooked at.


Hey Larry. Grill the 1" chops about 15 minutes on each side. Place the chops near the outside edges of the grill. Season with Rump or regular Carolina seasoning. You can't beat 'em! Press on them with your tongs--they should be firm to the touch.


I see all of the time new owners asking, "How long should I cook something or another". As a Weber convert myself, the best advice I can give anyone is to buy an inexpensive remote meat thermometer. I have two Redi-Check brand remotes and they are 100% accurate. Talk about taking the guess work out of the Holland, Wow! You may want to experiment a coulpe of times until you get to your own comfort level with them. It seems as though meat thermometer manufacturers want you to cook things about 10 degrees more than is sufficient. I believe it is a liability issue. The other benefit is that the reciever is like a pager. I can be at the neighbor's deck and keep tabs on the grill on my deck. Read the book. "If you're look'n, you're not cook'n". Best advice from the Holland owner's manual.