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Pork chops
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deadcarp    Posted 02-19-2005 at 09:20:35       [Reply]  [No Email]
was gonna fix pork chops & cabbage today but emerill had a better recipe; he called them smothered chops (in a dutch oven) first he splashed a little oil & browned the seasoned chops, took the chops out, browned flour for a roux, returned the chops & put chicken stock. when that had boiled 40 minutes he added diced spuds, carrots & a few diced sausages. in 20 minutes it looked better than what i had in mind. :)


donna in w.v    Posted 02-19-2005 at 12:35:30       [Reply]  [Send Email]
best recipe i ever got for pork chops. brown chops and put in a flat glass dish[13x9 pyrex is what i use add 3-4 carrots peeled and cut in half then 3-4 peeled taters cut in 1/2 or 1/4 if their big then one big onion peeled and 1/4'd add one can of cream of mushroom[or celery]soup and one can of water. cover with foil and bake 1-1 1/2 hours depending on how thick the chops are.OOOOOps preheat oven to 350.i usually make bisquits with this cuz hubby and fil like to sop up the gravy.


SusieQ    Posted 02-20-2005 at 06:12:56       [Reply]  [No Email]
hmmmmmmm Donna-WV that dish sounds good! My mom and us use to make a sweet/hot banana pepper sauce with onions/garlic/oil/tomato juice cooked down then canned, well we would fry pork chops, drain the iron skillet, put chops back in, covered with the canned pepper sauce, cover with lid, simmered until chops were tender, served with mashed potatoes, a veggie and hot biscuits, mmmmmmmm...made the cold winter days worthwhile too.


gran    Posted 02-19-2005 at 11:26:40       [Reply]  [No Email]
Boil chops for 40 minues??What kind of pork needs be cooked for that long??????


Anthony Pucci    Posted 10-25-2006 at 14:31:44       [Reply]  [Send Email]
How long can I keep pork in the frezzer?


bill b va    Posted 02-19-2005 at 14:05:08       [Reply]  [No Email]

the new other white meat . hard to find good pork now a days . between the breeding out of the fat and the diet they feed them it could take 40 min. cooking to get a fork in the gravy


gran    Posted 02-19-2005 at 16:50:37       [Reply]  [No Email]
The very best pork chops I have found, unless you know someone who raises pigs, are from Schwan's frozen foods. The leave the bone in AND THE FAT. This sounds dunb to farn folk,but we who have to buy meat in store, it is something else to buy meat that has any fat on it. Store bought hamberger is the pits. When we lived in Spokane hubby hade a farmer custmer who raised, butcherd & wraped meat for your frezzer. Beef, pork,veal,and chickens. We would go down and help wrap, everything was cut the way we wanted it. Three Buster familys would go together and buy a , steer,(i was going to say cow,but didn't want no come back) and a pig. This was years ago and am still loking for meant that tasted that good. Here I go again with the good old days. I understand there are still places that have butcher shops.
True story. Mom sent my brother to the butcher shop to get a pound of link sausage.To help him remember she told him to think of the three little pigs.You got it, butcher called mom. You want only 3 sausages?


deadcarp-oops    Posted 02-19-2005 at 09:23:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
he browned an onion in the oil first.


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