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Pork Rack

February 22, 2011


  • pork rack
  • sea salt
  • crushed black pepper
  • cayenne pepper
  • garlic powder
  • pork rub


Start off by rinsing the pork rack; dry well with paper towels.  Coat pork rack with seasonings listed above.  I generally start with a light sprinkling of the salt and black pepper, followed by garlic powder then cayenne pepper and finally the pork rub.  Rub seasonings well into the pork.


Next take some aluminum foil and cover each bone tip individually; this helps to keep those tips from burning while the rack is cooking on the grill.

Get your grill going and coat the grill rack with some olive oil or butter sprays to help keep the pork rack from sticking. Cook over low heat; turning the pork rack occasionally until rack is cooked through.  I like to finish off the pork rack by cutting between each bone tip and cooking the sides of the pork to ensure that they have each been cooked thoroughly.

Serve up with your favorite sides and enjoy!!

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