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To make the pork on an outdoor grill, cook directly over medium-high heat, turning every few minutes, until grill marks appear on all sides. Then transfer to indirect heat until pork reaches desired doneness.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, September 2008
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  • SimplyLisa
    3 SEP, 2008
    Simple and tasty recipe! I used pork chops instead of tenderloin as it is what I had on hand. I made the rub as directed and turned chops over to coat, sprinkling sesame seeds over one side of the chops. I kept the grill on high for the first few minutes to give them the tinge of charred flavor we enjoy, and turned down the heat for the remaining cooking time. WOW!!!! Fantastic flavor, and so easy.
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