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Grill Like the Pork Rind Lover You Are

This summer, #LetsGetSauced. We don’t mean with a dainty salad or too-tart lemonade. What you need is to fire up the charcoal and smell the scent of charred beef on the grill.

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Follow the ultimate man’s guide for grilling, grab a bag or two of Southern Recipe Pork Rinds and you’ll be king of the BBQ.

1. Keep the grate hot, clean, and oiled. This is the grill master’s mantra. Follow it to keep food from sticking and for world class grill marks. Before grilling, scrub the hot grate with a wire brush, then rub it with a tightly folded paper towel dipped in oil. Scrub the grate again when you’re finished cooking.

2. Grip, don’t stab. Use a pair of tongs—not a barbecue fork or, worse, a knife—to turn meat or move it around on the grill.

3. Give it a rest. Meat served right off the grill will taste tough and dry, but a post-grill rest allows the muscle fibers to reabsorb the juices, resulting in a tender and succulent cut.

Pork Rind Pork Chops
Pork Rind Lover’s Rule No. 1:
When someone asks you, “How do you want your favorite Southern Recipe Pork Rind Pork Chops?” The answer is, “Grilled … with a side o’ pork rinds.”

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