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Old 10-12-2012, 01:46 PM   #1
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Best pork chops I've ever made.

Tenderize some top loin pork chops 1 inch thick. Marinate in 1 pt. whiskey, 1pt. liquid smoke 1pt. water for 24 hours. Wrap in bacon. crush blackberrys, removing seeds with strainer optional, I prefer to leave them in for texture. reduce blackberrys and concord wine with sugar. Grill chops while reduceing. Drizzle reduction and serve.

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Old 10-12-2012, 02:23 PM   #2
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A pint of liquid smoke?
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Old 10-12-2012, 03:14 PM   #3
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Tenderize some top loin pork chops 1 inch thick. Marinate in 1 pt. whiskey, 1pt. liquid smoke 1pt. water for 24 hours. Wrap in bacon. crush blackberrys, removing seeds with strainer optional, I prefer to leave them in for texture. reduce blackberrys and concord wine with sugar. Grill chops while reduceing. Drizzle reduction and serve.

A "pint"......the whole pint...............maybe I should be asking how many pork chops did you mairnate?.................I have used crushed (and boiled a wee bit ) raspberries.............
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I think that "pt" means "part". I was startled at the use of an entire pint of whiskey.
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I think that "pt" means "part". I was startled at the use of an entire pint of whiskey.
I never thought pt was part......but it makes sense..............I just assumed it was pint.................well a good time was had by all with these pork chops.......it would burn off............but the flavor would be really strong (I think)
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Ya I'm sorry I meant part, didn't even cross my mind that I wa using the abbreviation for pint
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