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Post Sat Oct 27, 2012 4:56 pm
ScreamingChicken BBQ Deputy
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A friend of mine brought me some mustard sauces from the American Royal so last Tuesday I used them and a little white wine vinegar to marinate some pork chops overnight.
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Because they were fairly thin it didn't take long to cook them, and the cast iron gave them some good grill marks. I liked the flavor of the sauces and because one of them is spicy the chops had some good but not overpowering heat.
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I've been on my own since the middle of this week and last night I decided to save a little money and eat in, so I stopped on my way home from work and picked up a pork steak and a twice-baked potato.

I put some garlic powder on one side and some onion powder on the other, and then I added some soy sauce to create a wet rub.

After letting the steak marinate for a bit I put it on the grill over some Kingsford Competition briquettes left over from baseball tailgating this summer.

Oops! I cooked the potato a bit too much but it was still good. The combination of garlic, onion, and soy has been one of my go-tos for years but prior to last night it had been a long time since I'd used it, so it was a nice decision.
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Post Sun Oct 28, 2012 11:19 am
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All looks mighty pretty and more preferable to anything you'd get from the restaurant, Brad! Seeing those grill marks makes me hungry all over again. Garlic, onion, and soy-- I use all them in my marinade for beef jerky, and I, too, am quite fond of that combination. :D
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Post Sun Oct 28, 2012 11:54 am
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Great looking meals! Never seen those brands of mustard-based sauces before.
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Post Sun Oct 28, 2012 3:25 pm
jsperk well done
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Looks great. that Kentucky sauce sounds and looks very good.
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