Chicken breast or pork chops?


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I'm hungry which one! Either will be grilled. 

 
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I went with pork chops. Don't get it twisted I don't f**k with those "assorted" chops. Only thick center cut for me.

 
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To all those posting chicken, all I can is that I made the right choice with the chops. Where sooo good. Lazy day today though. Probably just gonna through some dogs on the grill.

 
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I've got a pretty mean chipotle honey lime marinade for pork chops and chicken. 
I've never really been a big fan of any sort of marinade, rub, or a lot of seasoning. I let my meat and wood talk the talk. Everyone once and a while I while soak my chicken in a brine, but for the most part it's just oak wood, salt 'n peppa. 

 
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Question of the day. Who's eaten rabbit? On my southside property there are a ton of rabbits running around and I've been catching rabbits since I was a kid. Never eaten one though. Damn near anything taste good grilled but was just curious. I assume they taste like dark meat chicken? 

 
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I've never really been a big fan of any sort of marinade, rub, or a lot of seasoning. I let my meat and wood talk the talk. Everyone once and a while I while soak my chicken in a brine, but for the most part it's just oak wood, salt 'n peppa. 
Marinades make a big difference, they tenderize and flavor the meat. You can turn cheap cuts into something much more flavorful.

I only get top sirloins or filets and do a dry rub and I marinade chicken and pork and they all come out incredibly juicy and tender. 

 
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Pork chops were so good the other night that I decided to do the same tonight. They were slacking on boneless thick so I went with bone in. Not a fan of bones in my beef or pork but it's how I prefer my chicken, skin on with bones. Firing up the grill shortly.

 
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