For truly memorable pork chops, you will need to begin with a rub.
Take all of the ingredients listed above for your rub and thoroughly mix them together.
Liberally rub your mixture all over your meat.
Place your pork chops in a plastic or glass container with a lid or wrap them in plastic wrap.
Put your meat in the refrigerator for between two and 48 hours. The longer you leave your pork chops in the refrigerator the better.
If you are using a gas grill, fire-up every single burner.
You want to maintain a temperature of about 275 degrees Fahrenheit or 135 degrees Celcius.
Make certain the side with the bone is facing the fire.
Never let the pork chops overlap the fire when cooking the meat.
Close the lid, be patient and do not peek.
Open the lid as little as possible to do the job.
If you are using a gas grill, you can maintain the correct temperature of 275 degrees Fahrenheit or 135 degrees Celsius by using the oven thermometer.
Use your instant-read thermometer to check your meat at the thickest section.
You want to see 145 degrees Fahrenheit or 63 degrees Celsius.
Once you have the correct temperature, more your pork until it is directly over the fire.
Your pork chops will have been cooking for about one hour at this point.
Leave the lid open and brown your chops for approximately two minutes per side.
Place your pork chops on a platter and get ready for the compliments.