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    Re: indoor pork chop cook off

    Sorry Mr Ed...I got side tracked.

    I'm going to make these.....Pretty straight forward.

    Catch ya later ... hooks

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    Re: indoor pork chop cook off

    Quote Originally Posted by okie View Post
    it has been so long since i have cooked anything, i dont
    know if i could fix a decent fried egg or not. i'll just
    take a bologna sandwich, thanks.
    be safe
    Fried egg in bacon grease......not turned over and then take a spoon and drizzle the hot bacon grease over the top of the egg until it's cooked the way you like the yolk.

    Organic bacon and eggs keep it healthy.....lol

    Or



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    Catch ya later ... hooks

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    Re: indoor pork chop cook off

    it has been so long since i have cooked anything, i dont
    know if i could fix a decent fried egg or not. i'll just
    take a bologna sandwich, thanks.
    be safe

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    Re: indoor pork chop cook off

    Quote Originally Posted by Jetspray View Post
    Yes, "Don't forget the gravy". I like my pork chops cooked with onions and making gravy from those num num's. Slathered over the mound of mashed potatoes and corn in butter on the side......Jetspray
    Oh yeah, that’s the way to do it!

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    Re: indoor pork chop cook off

    Quote Originally Posted by hooks View Post
    Pan for me. Plus making pan gravy....mmmmmmm
    Yes, "Don't forget the gravy". I like my pork chops cooked with onions and making gravy from those num num's. Slathered over the mound of mashed potatoes and corn in butter on the side......Jetspray
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    Re: indoor pork chop cook off

    microwave! Done in 12 min 22 if frozen

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    Re: indoor pork chop cook off

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Ed View Post
    Joyce and I had a "My way is best thing".................

    She used the George Forman and I used the old Cast iron frying pan.

    Seasoned up the meat and let it fly..............
    A big surprise, the GF had her meat done at 140 degrees before the stove heat
    that was at medium high !! Only by two minutes, but............

    Mine had a lot darker char on the meat and it did have a better flavor.

    Pan or Grill......
    I like a little heavy char on my pork chops for flavor....... no black...... no good.
    I know 140 is ok for pork but hitting it with a heavy dose of heat, is my way of
    cooking pork, for maximum flavor.

    Notice I did NOT say,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ribs!!
    Later.
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    Re: indoor pork chop cook off

    Pan for me. Plus making pan gravy....mmmmmmm
    Catch ya later ... hooks

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    indoor pork chop cook off

    Joyce and I had a "My way is best thing".................

    She used the George Forman and I used the old Cast iron frying pan.

    Seasoned up the meat and let it fly..............
    A big surprise, the GF had her meat done at 140 degrees before the stove heat
    that was at medium high !! Only by two minutes, but............

    Mine had a lot darker char on the meat and it did have a better flavor.

    Pan or Grill......
    I like a little heavy char on my pork chops for flavor....... no black...... no good.
    I know 140 is ok for pork but hitting it with a heavy dose of heat, is my way of
    cooking pork, for maximum flavor.

    Notice I did NOT say,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Ribs!!
    Later.

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