|by John Thorne|
John Thorne is one of America's great food writers; he has a large cult following, which reads his quarterly newsletter, 'Simple Cooking', based i...
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Place chops on rack in ... mixture on chops. Broil about 6 inches ... until chops are nicely browned and done. Season with salt and pepper. Makes 4 servings.
Set oven control to broil and/or 550 degrees. Broil pork chops with tops 3-5 ... sauce. Fill each peach half with about 1 teaspoon sauce; serve with pork.
Mix garlic, salt, paprika and oil. Rub on pork chops; cover in pan and set in refrigerator for two hours. Broil, turning once or twice until done.
Mix together. Pour over chops. Leave 4 to 6 hours in a loaf pan or plastic bag. Broil 6-8 minutes on each side.
Combine all ingredients for sauce. Brush each side of chops with sauce. Broil in oven or on grill until done. Store remaining sauce in refrigerator.
Dip chops into beaten eggs, ... inches from heat. Broil slowly 10 minutes. ... Cook slowly 30 minutes more. Serve with spaghetti marinara or applesauce.
In skillet heat ... remaining ingredients except pork chops. Bring to ... Cover and let simmer stirring occasionally until chops are tender, 35-40 minutes.
Using a large ... Throw in your pork slices and simmer ... Yield: 4 servings. This is an excellent dish served with rice pilaf and buttered corn kernels.
Stew chicken until tender. Cool. Discard skin and bones. Cube meat. Cook wild rice using chicken stock in place of water. Heat oven to 350 degrees. ...
In small bowl, ... juice, mustard, and horseradish; mix well. Spread on hot meat. Return to broiler and broil 1 minute or until topper is heated through.
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