The skill of a BBQ griller can be determined not by the number of dishes, or creativity of these meals, but by the quality of classic works of BBQ like the grilled pork chop. This piece of meat was really meant to be grilled over any other form of cooking. However do not the simplicity of it fool one into thinking that just anyone can pull of a great grilled pork chop, they are an undertaking that shows the caliber of a griller.
Even though a pork chop can be one of many different cuts of meat, but it is the thickness and quality of the meat that matter more than if it is bone-in or not. Thick cut pork chops work better on the grill than thinner ones because they do not dry out easily. It is still a good idea still to brine pork chops, they soak up the extra moisture with gusto.
Actually cooking the chops properly requires two zones. The first one should be very hot, as hot as possible, to sear the outside of the chops. After just searing the outside, use the grilling tools to move them to a lower heated area to cook slowly the rest of the way through. These simple pork chops are really a great way to humbly show off grilling skills.