Margarita Pork Chops

This recipe is packed with flavor and requires very little prep work before starting it on the grill.  The trick is using highly acidic lime juice for a short marinade, followed by basting the meat regularly while cooking at a slightly lower temperature to continue adding flavor.  While you've got the grill heated up, you … Continue reading Margarita Pork Chops

Lemon and Herb-Brined Pork Chops

Now that we've covered the basics of brining, let's get into a recipe that puts some of that information to work.  We'll start off with a brine that uses both salt and honey, and also a bit of dry white wine and lemon zest to go with the blend of spices.  After brining, we'll give it … Continue reading Lemon and Herb-Brined Pork Chops

Parmesan Breaded Pork Chops

Every so often, we'll use a little dairy other than grass-fed butter or pastured cream when we cook.  Typically these other occasions involve cheese, because there's something about good cheese that is hard to resist.  So for today's recipe, I thought I'd pull one out of our book that uses a liberal amount of Parmesan … Continue reading Parmesan Breaded Pork Chops

Quick Grilled Pork Chops

Often (usually mid-week) we find ourselves looking for something quick and simple to put on the grill and have ready to eat in no time.  Another time when this strategy works well is if you are away from home but still need a good main dish to make with limited resources.  This is one of those recipes, … Continue reading Quick Grilled Pork Chops

Apple Braised Pork Chops and Coconut-Fried Apples

We've updated this to be two separate recipes, but there is something about pork chops with apples that makes this combination necessary to prepare at the same time.  So hit the "print" button at the bottom of this recipe, then follow the link for the apples and do the same there.  Then head out to … Continue reading Apple Braised Pork Chops and Coconut-Fried Apples