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    New pork chop recipe

    Had some nice thick (~1 inch) pork chops. Usually I give them a quick sizzle (Maillard reaction) on both sides and than smother them in applesauce to finish cooking. No applesauce. I'll try apple pie filling. All we had was cranberry/apple pie filling. OMG! I'll be doing this again.

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    brown sugar ,right amount at the right time will wake up a chop . similar to your recipe
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    Sugar and Salt. Two of the worst things we could ever consume. There are other alternatives that are healthier.


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    Did someone say Pork chops

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    Had near the same for dinner tonight myself. Smaller portions (1/2" thick) & smothered in applesauce that I had made from my own trees last year, (very little sugar Mike T.). Salad & yellow squash from the garden & desert was A cantaloupe from the garden. I Think it was pretty healthy!
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