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  • Hot rock pork chops on the beach.  This is one of my favorite ways to cook pork chops and it is surprisingly forgiving.  One way to approach it is to try to heat the rocks  slowly next to the fire over the course of a couple of hours, but I’m usually too hungry to wait for that.  Instead I’ll usually grab twice as many rocks as I think I’ll need and throw them onto a raging fire. 
Some of them will inevitably crack, so it’s a good idea to give the fire some space to work on them to avoid shrapnel wounds.  If you put them directly onto a a hot fire, they should pop in the first ten minutes if they are going to.  Once the fire dies down, it’s as simple as pulling them out of the coals and using them the same way you would a hot griddle.

Fatty cuts work best for this, but even these lean chops put out enough grease to release from the rock once they sear. 
These little 6oz pork chops from @eatmarkethouse were a great alternative to eating Mountain House, and the vacuum sealed packages made them easy to pack in without worrying about contamination.

There were quite a few little beach gnats flying around at the time; many of which flew kamakazi missions into the chops and rice, but they looked enough like ground pepper flakes that they were easy to ignore.

#hotrockporkchop #meatonarock #porkchopsonthebeach #beachcraft #gocooksomethingoutside #beautifulpnw #campfirecooking #gocooksomethingoutside #cookoutside #outdoorcooking #fireonthebeach #huntergatherer #experimentalarchaeology #bushcraftskills #bushcraft #survivalskills #survival  #moraknives #bushcraftknife #dirtyknives #bcusa
  • Hot rock pork chops on the beach.  This is one of my favorite ways to cook pork chops and it is surprisingly forgiving.  One way to approach it is to try to heat the rocks  slowly next to the fire over the course of a couple of hours, but I’m usually too hungry to wait for that.  Instead I’ll usually grab twice as many rocks as I think I’ll need and throw them onto a raging fire.
    Some of them will inevitably crack, so it’s a good idea to give the fire some space to work on them to avoid shrapnel wounds.  If you put them directly onto a a hot fire, they should pop in the first ten minutes if they are going to.  Once the fire dies down, it’s as simple as pulling them out of the coals and using them the same way you would a hot griddle.

    Fatty cuts work best for this, but even these lean chops put out enough grease to release from the rock once they sear.
    These little 6oz pork chops from @eatmarkethouse were a great alternative to eating Mountain House, and the vacuum sealed packages made them easy to pack in without worrying about contamination.

    There were quite a few little beach gnats flying around at the time; many of which flew kamakazi missions into the chops and rice, but they looked enough like ground pepper flakes that they were easy to ignore.

    #hotrockporkchop #meatonarock #porkchopsonthebeach #beachcraft #gocooksomethingoutside #beautifulpnw #campfirecooking #gocooksomethingoutside #cookoutside #outdoorcooking #fireonthebeach #huntergatherer #experimentalarchaeology #bushcraftskills #bushcraft #survivalskills #survival #moraknives #bushcraftknife #dirtyknives #bcusa
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  • Hot rock pork chops on the beach.  This is one of my favorite ways to cook pork chops and it is surprisingly forgiving.  One way to approach it is to try to heat the rocks  slowly next to the fire over the course of a couple of hours, but I’m usually too hungry to wait for that.  Instead I’ll usually grab twice as many rocks as I think I’ll need and throw them onto a raging fire. 
Some of them will inevitably crack, so it’s a good idea to give the fire some space to work on them to avoid shrapnel wounds.  If you put them directly onto a a hot fire, they should pop in the first ten minutes if they are going to.  Once the fire dies down, it’s as simple as pulling them out of the coals and using them the same way you would a hot griddle.

Fatty cuts work best for this, but even these lean chops put out enough grease to release from the rock once they sear. 
These little 6oz pork chops from @eatmarkethouse were a great alternative to eating Mountain House, and the vacuum sealed packages made them easy to pack in without worrying about contamination.

There were quite a few little beach gnats flying around at the time; many of which flew kamakazi missions into the chops and rice, but they looked enough like ground pepper flakes that they were easy to ignore.

#hotrockporkchop #meatonarock #porkchopsonthebeach #beachcraft #gocooksomethingoutside #beautifulpnw #campfirecooking #gocooksomethingoutside #cookoutside #outdoorcooking #fireonthebeach #huntergatherer #experimentalarchaeology #bushcraftskills #bushcraft #survivalskills #survival  #moraknives #bushcraftknife #dirtyknives #bcusa
  • Hot rock pork chops on the beach.  This is one of my favorite ways to cook pork chops and it is surprisingly forgiving.  One way to approach it is to try to heat the rocks  slowly next to the fire over the course of a couple of hours, but I’m usually too hungry to wait for that.  Instead I’ll usually grab twice as many rocks as I think I’ll need and throw them onto a raging fire.
    Some of them will inevitably crack, so it’s a good idea to give the fire some space to work on them to avoid shrapnel wounds.  If you put them directly onto a a hot fire, they should pop in the first ten minutes if they are going to.  Once the fire dies down, it’s as simple as pulling them out of the coals and using them the same way you would a hot griddle.

    Fatty cuts work best for this, but even these lean chops put out enough grease to release from the rock once they sear.
    These little 6oz pork chops from @eatmarkethouse were a great alternative to eating Mountain House, and the vacuum sealed packages made them easy to pack in without worrying about contamination.

    There were quite a few little beach gnats flying around at the time; many of which flew kamakazi missions into the chops and rice, but they looked enough like ground pepper flakes that they were easy to ignore.

    #hotrockporkchop #meatonarock #porkchopsonthebeach #beachcraft #gocooksomethingoutside #beautifulpnw #campfirecooking #gocooksomethingoutside #cookoutside #outdoorcooking #fireonthebeach #huntergatherer #experimentalarchaeology #bushcraftskills #bushcraft #survivalskills #survival #moraknives #bushcraftknife #dirtyknives #bcusa
  •  1,572  43  29 June, 2019

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