while you might think the ground would be grainy and strong, you'll be pleasantly surprised to learn that they melt in just like all the other spices. The earthy flavor is like nothing else and blends beautifully with garlic, onion, chili powder, and all the other staples of a good barbecue rub. When cooked on the chops, the grounds add a deep flavor hinting of coffee without overpowering the other ingredients in the rub. SourcE unknoWn
1to make the rub, mix the salt, coffee, paprika, granulated garlic, and lemon pepper in a small bowl. Mix well.
2Season the pork chops evenly on both sides with the rub. Prepare the grill for cooking over direct medium-high heat. Place the chops directly on the cooking grate. Cook for five minutes. Flip and cook for another five minutes for slightly pink and juicy or to desired degree of doneness. Remove to a platter and let rest for four minutes before serving. Serves six.These would go very well served with a baked potato and steamed cauliflower.