Monroe County–Style Pork Chops
Paper-thin pork “steaks” cooked on the grill? Sounds like a recipe for shoe leather. But a trip to Monroe County, Kentucky, showed us the light.
WHY THIS RECIPE WORKS
Using thin-cut bone-in blade end pork chops contributes just enough fat to keep the pork moist and tender while grilling. Snipping the edge of each chop through the fat prevents the chops from curling as they cook. A combination of black pe...