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Pork Loin on a Budget

When I was a kid we didn’t have pork that often unless it was bacon with breakfast or thin little pork chops with a ring of fat around them that Mom would fry half to death.  The big treat of … Continue reading

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Sweet and Sour Pork

Remember “back in the day” when you could buy frozen “Chinese” meals—I want to say by Chun King, but I’m not sure my memory is that good.  You could get a variety of “cooking bags” that you just tossed into … Continue reading

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Loin Chops With Summer Squash Planks

Sometimes the best dinners are the ones which are kind of impromptu.  That was the case Sunday night when Carolyn told me that she was hungry for pork chops and for the squash that we had picked up at the … Continue reading

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Pork Loin Chops with Orange Glaze

One of our favorite “proteins” (that’s a “foo-foo” foodie word for meat) are thick cut (about 1 ¼- 1 ½ inch) boneless loin chops.  This is arguably the one meat that we consistently keep on hand which is the most … Continue reading

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Shredded Pork with Stone Ground Grits–Grish

Here’s an incredibly delicious meal that can be made from several different meats—especially left overs.  I call it Grish.  The “Gr” stands for grits and the “sh” for hash.  But I pronounce it “greesh” because I like the sound of … Continue reading

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