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Old 09-08-2014, 07:43 AM   #31
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How about a version of Chicken Scarpariello that uses pork chops.

Pork Chops Scarpariello Recipe | Epicurious.com
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Old 09-08-2014, 08:07 AM   #32
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I like to marinate pork chops in buttermilk for about 4 hours (or overnight). I add various spices to the marinate. If I'm feeling very decadent, I'll make buttermilk gravy for the pork chops. Much like when you marinate chicken in buttermilk, the chops stay very moist and juicy. I don't use a recipe, but here are some links where the person makes the brine/marinade much like I do:

Juicy Buttermilk Pork Chops Recipe - Maria Hines | Food & Wine

For the gravy:

Smothered Pork Chops Recipe : Tyler Florence : Food Network
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Old 09-08-2014, 09:58 AM   #33
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...bakechef, (besides andy) who doesn't like fruit and chops?...
BT, I've been expanding my horizons. I like grilled pineapple slices with pinoy pork bbq.
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Thick rib chops. Prepared exactly like a rib steak, accept I cook them to medium well.

Costco has the best pork chops i have ever had. Every single time I buy them everyone remarks at how tender and tasty they are.
Season like a steak and grill, broil or fry them.
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BT, I've been expanding my horizons. I like grilled pineapple slices with pinoy pork bbq.
that's a great combo to start with, andy. i recently turned my parents on to grilled pineapple. my mom eats it like candy when i bring a container to their house.

what about peaches and pork? both grill well, also.
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Old 09-08-2014, 06:14 PM   #36
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i'm still full from dinner and you guys are making me crave pork chops.

andy, did you flour the chops first?

bakechef, (besides andy) who doesn't like fruit and chops?

man, i'm scribbling everyone's ideas down furiously. thanks, all.
Fruit just goes so well with chops!
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that's a great combo to start with, andy. i recently turned my parents on to grilled pineapple. my mom eats it like candy when i bring a container to their house.

what about peaches and pork? both grill well, also.

I have a deuce of a time finding decent peaches around here.
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that's too bad. it's been a good year here. we've gotten great peaches this year from georgia earlier in the summer, to lancaster pennsylvania in august, to some great jersey peaches these past two weeks.
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I have a deuce of a time finding decent peaches around here.
That's great. The peaches we get are hard and crunch when you bite them. I'd love to get some ripe juicy peaches where the juice runs down your arm when you bite into it. Then I'd be tempted to eat fruit, make pies and even grill them.
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Pork chops: what's your cut?

Been many a year since we've found good peaches here.

I love pork chops with sauteed apples and onions. Ooh, and sauerkraut! Must be a German thing. I like to buy whole pork loins and cut my own too.
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