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Old 05-09-2009, 04:03 PM   #21
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to be honest... both sound great... too hard to choose :)
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olive oil
fresh garlic
oregano
salt
ground black pepper
I do this very same thing with big fat bone in porkchops! Sometimes I use oregano and sometimes I use thyme. Yep, this one is a winner!
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to be honest... both sound great... too hard to choose :)
i edited my above post: i put in my salad dressing recipe.
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i'll have to try it both ways and let you know :)
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I do this very same thing with big fat bone in porkchops! Sometimes I use oregano and sometimes I use thyme. Yep, this one is a winner!
pork chops hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i will have to try that with the thyme.
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Old 05-09-2009, 04:12 PM   #26
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thank you!! which one do you like best?

i use the ginger one without the onions for making a stirfry.

heres my Basic Salad Dressing

Olive oil
Canola oil
Red Wine Vinegar
Chianti Wine Vinegar
Champagne Vinegar
Grated fresh garlic - grated on a microplane type grater or minced fine - to taste
Green olive paste - to taste
Anchovy paste - to taste
Granulated Garlic powder (if your fresh garlic is mild)
Onion powder
Adobo seasoning
Maggi Seasoning/Sauce (if unavailable use soy sauce as a sub)
Ground black pepper
Accent (or MSG) - if needed to correct flavor
Salt - if needed to correct flavor

All to taste.
if you try the salad dressing one you don't need to marinade to long to get great flavor.

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i'll have to try it both ways and let you know :)
cool. the ginger adds a nice kick to the flavor.
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pork chops hmmmmmmmmmmmmmm i will have to try that with the thyme.
Here's the actual recipe.
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