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Garlic and sage, rubbed into the pork ahead of time, impart an earthy, aromatic flavor. The meat is then moistened by a beer marinade. The pork chops are basted on the grill with a thick, tangy tomato-based sauce -- the signature of a Saint Louis-style barbecue -- resulting in a smoky taste and almost-candied edges.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, August 2009
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With slightly more marbling than regular pork chops, shoulder chops are ideal for grilling. They are available at most grocery stores and butcher shops. Pork-loin chops may be substituted.

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  • CiaNahac
    11 JUL, 2011
    Dag, these were really good pork chops! The garlic and beer gave them great flavor. I used basil instead of sage.
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  • Yvettelyons
    30 JUN, 2011
    I love your show, how do you season a cast iron skillet?
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