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We're having pork shoulder roast with all the veggies, may make cornbread to go with it. The nighttime temps have finally dropped though we're still in the 90s during the day it's JUST starting to feel like fall!
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At work right now and have chili cooking in the crock-pot at home, if you make cornbread send some over here it'd go perfect lol. Still feels very much like summer here in Jersey, but should have cooler temps by the weekend!
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ohhh i love food talk!! i am making skirt steak(fajitas) and rice!
Ooooooh I was craving fajitas just the other day! Might have to have my guy whip some up this weekend!

We had tacos last night and I'm going to attempt to make pork chops (29 years old and never cooked pork chops before) tonight with little potatoes and green beans!
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Ooooooh I was craving fajitas just the other day! Might have to have my guy whip some up this weekend!

We had tacos last night and I'm going to attempt to make pork chops (29 years old and never cooked pork chops before) tonight with little potatoes and green beans!

how are you planning on making the chops? grill? bake?

i could fajitas everyday!!
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"i could fajitas everyday!!"

Me too!
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yall i meant to say "eat fajitas" geez lol
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how are you planning on making the chops? grill? bake?

i could fajitas everyday!!
We don't have a grill right now. I was thinking lightly flour and pan fry.
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We don't have a grill right now. I was thinking lightly flour and pan fry.
that sounds good. they cook pretty quickly too much quicker than chicken!
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Thanks, I'll keep that in mind. Do you know if they'll let off enough grease to make gravy? I cook every single night...just never pork chops LOL
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yes i think if you pan fry them there will be enough to make gravy!
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I almost ALWAYS screw up the pork chops. (we usually get the ones without a bone)
Only time I half way did ok was the last time I cooked them. (grilled)
I was not sure if they were done or not. I just didnt want them dry.
they were done enough.
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I love cooking pork chops and pork roasts. Yes, they do cook fast. Slightly pink is ok!

Quick one I do is a little boys Saxon and bread crumbs on top. Drizzle a little olive oil and bake in the oven for abt a half hr.

Boneless you can bread and fry quick.

You can do something with apples, onions, and cayenne pepper too.
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Easy pork roast and my fab

Boneless pork roast. Cook fat side up with a can of beer or water at the bottom of the pan. I top with some seasoned salt. After an hr I put sauerkraut on top. Keeps it moist.

Oven 350 for abt 2 hrs
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They turned out great!! I lightly battered them in egg and flour and pan fried them in a bit of butter and oil, flipped them often. Made gravy with the pan drippings.
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Frozen Eggplant parm tonight!!! I love it and I'm the only one who I know eats it!!! So tired of cooking lately. Love the pork with apples my mother used to cook something crazy good like that just never paid attention and can't figure it out.
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This brand of eggplant? I love this stuff, but I usually make a side of pasta and use Paul Newman's Sockaroni sauce with added red pepper flakes and capers.

In fact I may have exactly that tonight.
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Frozen Eggplant parm tonight!!! I love it and I'm the only one who I know eats it!!! So tired of cooking lately. Love the pork with apples my mother used to cook something crazy good like that just never paid attention and can't figure it out.
I brown thick pork chops and remove from the pan. Sauteed onions and apples with sugar, salt, cayenne pepper. Then I add Apple cider.

I put everything in a pan and bake for about a 1/2 he at 350
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I brown thick pork chops and remove from the pan. Sauteed onions and apples with sugar, salt, cayenne pepper. Then I add Apple cider.

I put everything in a pan and bake for about a 1/2 he at 350
This sounds like what my mother used to make I'm gonna have to try it!! Thanks
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This brand of eggplant? I love this stuff, but I usually make a side of pasta and use Paul Newman's Sockaroni sauce with added red pepper flakes and capers.

In fact I may have exactly that tonight.
I bought celentano, it sucked!! I usually by Michel Angelo, which is very good! I don't like much frozen when it comes to Italian but this is really good.
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I buy the MA too & love it.
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I made chicken cacciatore last night!! Turned out pretty good!
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Do you make your own sauce? I buy Paul Newman's Sockaroni & add red pepper flakes, roasted fennel seeds and capers.

In fact I had that for dinner last night and also added some Italian sausage - just finished the left overs cold for lunch.
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I make my own sauce. It's pretty simple Tomatoes, peppers, onions, garlic, 1 cup red wine, chicken, basil red pepper salt and black pepper. I just had some for mid morning snack!!! Gotta take my meds and I have to eat something!
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I think I like knowing Paul Newman is in my kitchen.
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