The latest theory about the Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart untimely death on Dec. 5, 1791, at age 35 in Vienna points to trichinosis in his pork cutlets. This was long before they knew much about cooking pork to proper temperatures. Most all germs are killed by 150 degrees. Don't over cook your pork in fear! 150 degrees is just right and very nice and juicy!
Begin with some great thick boneless center cut pork chops:
4 to 6 boneless center cut pork chops - 3/4" to 1" thick
1/3 cup molasses
1/4 cup dry red wine
3 Tbs olive oil - light
2 Tbs Worcestershire sauce
Salt to taste
Fresh cracked pepper to taste
Rinse and dry pork chops. Mix the wine and molasses and place to the side for further use. Thoroughly mix oil and Worcestershire sauce. Coat chops with the olive oil Worcestershire mixture - discard leftover mixture. Add salt and pepper to taste - lightly - you can always add more later at the table. Grill over direct heat until done turning once. Cook to an internal temperature of 150 degrees. Turn off heat (remove from direct heat) and coat with molasses mixture. Place on plates and drizzle remaining molasses mixture over each. Serve right away.