Pork Belly Bites At The Dock

easy.

cube up the pork

apply rub

put on cooker offset coals and cook 2 hours around 250

take off and put in tin container

add more rub, brown sugar, honey and bbq sauce

cover tightly with foil and cook 2 more hours

uncover and toss pork bites in liquid and let firm up for 30 minutes

enjoy

William Aaron representing Foster’s and grilling at Boudreau Field for the Massachusetts State Little League Championship!

William Aaron representing Foster’s and grilling at Boudreau Field for the Massachusetts State Little League Championship! Good luck to all participating teams! ⚾️ This championship runs until Sunday Aug 1st. #weber #webergrills #happygrilling #fostersgrillstore #grillingseason #massachusettslittleleague #littleleaguebaseball

Bone-In Pork Chops With Roasted Potatoes and Vinegar Peppers

I microwave the russet potatoes for 4.5 minutes then cut into quarter inch wedges. Put them in a bowl and toss with peanut oil salt and pepper.

Light 2/3 a chimney of charcoal and dump charcoal baskets on the left hand side of the grill. Place a makeshift foil tray on the grill and place about six pieces of green and sic pieces of red vinegar peppers on the foil and the potato wedges on the grate to brown up.

About 20 minutes with the vents wide open and lid on I’ll flip the potatoes so they brown up on both sides and cook for another 20 minutes.

Then I remove the peppers and potatoes from the grill and and direct over the coals grill the bone in pork chops to about 145F (I like them rare and juicy).

When the pork is done I put the potatos on the bottom and spoon some of teh vinegar from teh vinegar pepper jar over the potatoes and then lay the pork on it and a couple more tablespoons of vinegar from the jar on top of the pork.

Incredible!