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Italian Pork Chops; the Weekly Menu Planner — 11 Comments

  1. YUM, yum, yum…that’s a sure way to keep pork chops moist. Straight forward recipe with sauce to mop up…it’s a winner.

  2. Not so big on pork, but this sounds very good! The family likes pork, so I think I will have to try it. What great sounding recipes you publish.

  3. odd, I posted a comment the other day and it is not here. I just wanted to say yet another recipe that you make that looks GREAT! Thanks and I will try this one sometime.
    Shayne

  4. “Grate the lemon before cutting…”
    Brava! And right up at the top, where you can’t (shouldn’t) miss it.
    Can’t tell you how long it took me to learn this.

  5. “Mild, moist porkchops.” Such a simple phrase, but it started the launch sequence and now I’m craving them. I sure do love pork chops and your photos and recipe look wonderful to me.
    Note to self: Buy porkchops.

  6. Ai, que bueno! Just come from Valli’s blog: astonishing pork ribs, come to yours: pork chops… gossshhhh, I have a dilema now ????

  7. Mmm…sounds delicious! And lucky for me, I actually have some pork chops in the freezer just waiting for the right recipe to come along. Thanks!!

  8. Love the addition of the zest here. And the trick with pork chops is always to get them cooked and moist at the same time (rather than creating a hockey puck!) You’ve hit the mark with this one!

  9. Peter, I’ve got to have the sauces…
    Thanks, Val…
    Krissi, I think you could do it with a beef flank steak just as nicely!
    Shayne, the wonders of computer technology! And thanks 😉
    CC, yeah, me too! Makes you wonder, doesn’t it?
    Sher, I love pork chops too…when they’re tender!
    Hola, Guapa! I have great faith that you can handle both ;-))
    Michelle, you’re welcome!
    Toni, I;ve had a few of those hockey pucks… These are better!

  10. I’m always on the lookout for easy & delicious pork chop recipes and this one looks like a keeper – thanks 🙂