🍊Orange Glazed Pork Chops🍊
*pressure cooker recipe*
These were yum to the tum! I added the recipe just incase and I served with couscous and dinner rolls.
No knives needed as this pork fell apart from tenderness and certainly did not lack of flavor.
A family hit! 👌
Made our first meal last night from one of Taylor’s 4H pigs she raised. I grilled pork chops, fun striped beets and sliced up some onions and cucumbers and let them soak for about 20 minutes in vinegar/water mix then sprinkled with garlic salt! So simple and so good!
How beautiful you are. You were killed today. For no good reason. Just gluttony. I'll talk more soon about you. For now, any humans reading this that use animals in anyway. Please, stop. You will never be remembered as a number. You will be remembered for being brave, for showing honest character during such fearful circumstances and for being love. You are special, you are someone and you will be remembered and spoken of often. Please, share their stories and let them be the reason you take action against speciesism today. #bacon
My attempts at convincing marcel I should just be a SAH dog mom (who cooks, cleans & reads all day long) is becoming more & more convincing... I think. 🤣
Although, I’m morning more of a chopper & mixer- he’s the creator of the real magic (ie what comes off the grill every night)
The man asked for pork chops, so I gave him pork chops. Went to my trusty OnDemand cookbook & searched for any recipe involving just that & found this gem; Grilled Pork Chops with 𝑷𝒆𝒂𝒄𝒉 & Jalapeño 𝒔𝒂𝒍𝒔𝒂
2 medium peaches (peeled + chopped)
1/4 medium red onion (chopped)
1 medium jalapeño (pepper seeds removed)
1/4 tsp red pepper flakes
2 tbsp fresh lime juice
1/2 tsp hot sauce (like Tabasco)
2 tbsp chopped cilantro
4 raw center cut pork chops (lean + boneless)
1/4 tsp both salt + pepper
Combine peaches, onion, jalapeño, salt + pepper, flakes, lime juice, sauce and cilantro.
Season pork (s+p)
Grill 4-5 min on each side
Top evenly with salsa
Mean Greeners - This Friday, August 23, we will meet at 9:00 a.m. at our Pork Chops work site, located at the corner of West Point Loma Blvd. and Nimitz. There are two medium-size areas, one on the west side of Nimitz and one on the east, that look like pork chops (hence the name). You can park on side streets in the area, but the safest place is at the Dusty Rhodes Dog Park. If you are on Nimitz coming from the PL village, turn left on West Point Loma and then make an immediate right turn into the dog park parking lot.
We will be concentrating on trimming the Pride of Madeira on the west side of the street, as well as our usual weeding and trash collection. Please bring your gloves and favorite tools. We will have bags/bins and some tools to lend. Don’t forget to sign in so we have a record of your volunteer hours.
Afterward we will meet at Peet’s Coffee & Tea (955 Catalina Blvd.) for refreshments and conversation. We hope to see you Friday!