You’re hosting a barbecue and loading up at the supermarket. You could go for chicken, but that’s a bit unexciting. Burgers and dogs are a safe bet too, but maybe not fancy enough for the vibe you’re after. On the other hand, steaks for a crowd will get expensive fast. Might we suggest choosing pork chops instead? They’re affordable, lean, versatile and quick-cooking, plus none of your guests will see ’em coming. Read on to learn how to grill pork chops for every cookout and picnic you ever host.
Psst: Want the TLDR on how to grill pork chops, before you go any further? Essentially, you just soak the chops in a salty brine or acidic marinade to tenderize them and keep them moist, then sear and cook them until the thickest one reaches an internal temp of 145°F.