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Old 09-29-2004, 08:06 PM   #1
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Pork Chops with Cider Cream Gravy

the ones with cider cream gravy. good good good

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browned lean chops in ss pan, probably would have been better off with fattier chops in cast iron skillet

had to add a little flour to thicken up the gravy to preferred consistency

handy husband LOVED the gravy

barbarian daughter still put ketchup on meat (gravy on rice only)

oh yeah, I liked 'em too. Will make these again!

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Old 10-01-2004, 12:06 AM   #2
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Shame on you for posting this one....I miss you Mudbug!!

(And I got some chops today, too!)
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Old 10-05-2004, 07:27 PM   #3
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Ketchup!!!!! Smack her upside the head for me. Thast what would have happened to me if I did that when I was a kid. My son inlaw puts that stuff on everything. Ughhh :!: I won't even put it on french fries. I use Tarter Sauce or Mayo with Wasabi powder.
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Old 10-05-2004, 08:03 PM   #4
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Ketchup has its place, but not on everything like my idiot daughter prefers.

Made pork chops again tonite, using brine. Turned out great, and I managed to make a great pan gravy again. I am beginning to think I can take gravy off the list of stuff I can't do well.

Bang, barbarian idiiot daughter did not partake of excellent gravy. Consider her well smacked.

p.s. miss you too, Auds.
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My son puts ketchup on potato chips. They taste just like french fries :!:
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Will advise my daughter - this is a taste sensation she apparently hasn't thought of yet.
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My son puts ketchup on potato chips. They taste just like french fries :!:
Ughhh!.....double ughhh! I like hot sauce on mine.
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The ketchup reminds me of an episode of "Chef" once where, even without tasthing his food, a patron wanted salt and pepper. Well, Chef overheard this and went ballistic ... explained that the food had been prepared with the utmost of care to be seasoned correctly - and he was going to go back into the kitchen and throw himself on his knife .. or something like that. After the hostess urged the patron a little more to try a taste he agreed it was perfect. With a smile of accomplishment on her face she asked, "now, is there anything else I can get for you" - to which the gentleman's female dining partner saked, "Can I get some mustard?"
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