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Pork Steaks

Disclosure: This post was sponsored by Head Country Bar-B-Q, but all words and opinions are my own.

When I am on my BBQ road trips, I run across pork steaks occasionally. The steaks come from the shoulder/butt of the pig. You should be able to get your local grocery store or butcher to slice the pork shoulder into 1-1 1/2" sections. Pork shoulder is a very forgiving cut of meat with the amount of fat it has. It is very hard to dry it out. I prefer pork steaks over pork chops because of this. The extra fat also gives it a nice flavor. You can cook the steaks direct or indirect. I love the taste of it being cooked direct, but the temperatures are much higher this way. What I found best was to cook it a couple of hours directly on a grill and finish it off in an offset smoker.

Head Country Championship Seasoning, Original
Head Country Bar-B-Q Sauce, Original
Pork butt sliced into steaks
Apple cider vinegar

1. Preheat your smoker to your desire temper…

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