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    Cured Pork Chops

    @Meathead or Anybody know if there is a long cure process for chops. Something similar to what we do for Pork Belly in to Bacon? This is kind of a spin off from another thread but I thought it would spark some new ideas. I have been to a few different places that have cured and smoked pork chops. They have that beautiful pink hue to them. I would like to see if I could make some of my own since I think I have all the ingredients to do so. Curious to see what the Pit comes up with. Thanks!!!

    -Spinaker

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    Cured smoked pork chops is just like a thick piece of Canadian bacon +/- a bone. Lots of available recipes for home cured & smoked Canadian bacon. Just cut it as thick as you want. I guess you could cure a bone in loin if you have to have a bone in your chop but obviously more difficult to cut.

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      Having trouble finding my notebook during the move but I have a fantastic recipe using Cure number one salt and seasoning. Cure for 24 hours I think then slow smoke till they're close to being done and then a
      quick char. Ill do my best to find out tomorrow

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        grillinglen Please do my friend!!! I would love to get that recipe. I am heading to Costco tonight I am going to pick up a loin. Do you remember how much the recipe calls for? Thanks again!

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          I had a memory once but I forgot where I left it. That's why I write everything that I cooked in a notebook but now I can't find the notebook. I think I can figure it out even if I can't find my notebook.

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            Haha, happens to the best of us.

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          Fans of Canadian bacon will rejoice this recipe for making flavorful smoked pork loin at home. Making Canadian bacon or back bacon is more like curing a ham than making American bacon. Order boneless loin (not tenderloin) if you want to make this. Irish bacon is made like Canadian bacon but without the smoking step.

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            Thanks Max! Max Good

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