Many cuts of pork are best braised or broiled, or in the case of bacon, cooked in a pan. When it comes to the loin, though, the grill is the way to go. Center-cut pork loins are great in the oven, but can be prepared on the grill for some extra flavor. The chop, especially the variety with the bone, should always be cooked on a grill. Look for chops with a thin ring of fat around the outer edge. The fat cooked on the grill can really enhance the flavor of the meat and can be cut away before being served. The bone-in chops are the best option for your grill. Ask any chef, and he or she will tell you that the bones in any cut of meat add flavor. Pair that with the smoky goodness of an open flame, and you're in for a delicious grilled treat.