The secret to a great pork chop is to be careful not to overcook, because they dry out rapidly. To be safe, pork should be cooked to 160° F, so they should be just barely pink inside to remain juicy. Use a meat thermometer inserted into one of the chops in the thickest spot, without touching the bone, to test if they are done.

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