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Monday, June 29, 2009

bust my chops


P
ork chops are so tasty it isnt even funny. I cook these babies hot and fast to get a nice crust on the outside and a tender middle all while keeping them juicy, juicy, juicy.



These chops met somewhere between delicious and attractive and in this case delicious made a bigger case - I think it was the chopped garlic and olive oil that pushed them over the edge.



Team this up with a nice baked potato and you are in hog heaven! Dont forget to make your taters!

35 comments:

Donna-FFW said...

This is definitely one of those things that make you go MMMMMMM.

Sweta said...

The "juicy,juicy,juicy" reminded me of Nigella Lawson-my hubby's fave chef(?)!!

Jill said...

There is no reason for pork chops to be dry. These look amazing. Of course!

doggybloggy said...

donna: I hear you!

sweta: does she say that? I havent seen her show.

jill: absolutely no reason what-so-ever!

Bina said...

Did you actually make what is pictured? I mean, is the picture the actual food? Cause if it is, my God I love you!!!!!

Melody said...

This is a classic and if done right, never gets old. Looks delish!

The Duo Dishes said...

Maybe that's why we've had so many dry chops. They didn't use your hot and fast method. Good to know.

KennyT said...

Hot and fast, that's the secret... I know now, thanks Christo.

doggybloggy said...

bina: I dont know how to answer this...

melody: that could not be said any better....

duo: thats the secret - a little smoky but it works

kenny: get the pan blistering hot!

Reeni♥ said...

That's a plate of comfort and joy...

burpandslurp said...

Pork chops...mmMMmm...*licking my chops*

finsmom said...

Your amazing pictures continue to stun me! No potato has ever looked so tasty :)

Creative Mish said...

I love pork chops. I usually bake them. They look delish grilled. OH! especially with that garlic! I have to try this!

doggybloggy said...

reeni: tidings of comfort and joy - comfort and joy...

burp: your comment made me hungry for another round but I am already too full

finsmom: thank you - a lot - that is always so nice to hear...

doggybloggy said...

creative: the garlic and olive oil really add a nice touch

Hummingbird Appetite said...

I usually cook my pork chops under the broiler, a few minutes per side, very fast, a quick dinner.

Yours look awesome!

Jenn said...

Nothing beats a juicy garlicky pork chop for me. Where's the apple sauce? Though, I'd take that baked potato instead.

girlichef said...

Um yeah. This looks killer.

LK- Healthy Delicious said...

my mouth is watering. i think there's spit on my keyboard!

Laurie said...

Lovely chops and the spud challenge!!! Makes me eager to join in the blogger games once more. (Why am I humming Rudolph right now?)

I've missed the fun and am ready to give up my worker bee ways. Who needs to write for money when there's a potato contest on?

Debbie said...

Love juicy pork chops....with some mashed potatoes on the side!!!

MrsLavendula said...

i love juicy pork chops! grill marks on the outside, juicy and tender inside! yum!

♥peachkins♥ said...

My hubby loves juicy porkchops! and with that baked potato? it looks really perfect.

5 Star Foodie said...

Awesome looking pork chops!

buffalodick said...

We tend to use pork steaks(blade cut) as they have a bit more fat, and fry up great... Those chops look good- not too thick, with a beauty of a tender chunk on that T-bone cut...

doggybloggy said...

hummingbird: the broiler is a great idea...

jenn: bogart and the brady bunch...LOL

girli: um oh yeah

healthy: thats both good and bad

laurie: aw come on join in - you post anyway - might as well post about potatoes

debbie: just mash up the baked potato it will work just fine

mrslavendula: anonymous but with a name...grill marks make it taste better to me for some reason

peachkins: your hubby knows the score - are you feeling better?

5 star: everytime I look at the picture I can smell the garlic

buff: I buy loin cut, rib cut, blade cut - it doesnt matter to me the cooking process is what counts...

Stacey Snacks said...

That is one gorgeous baked potato!
(can baked potatoes be "gorgeous"?).
I never make pork chops because they are so dry......yours look divine!

TavoLini said...

Did you cook these in Alaska??

Looking mad tasty--Tavo would be all over that chop!

Chef Fresco said...

Yum! Those pork chops look perfect! That baked potato is really tempting me right now too!

deb said...

that's just how we like them here hot and fast out of the pan. perfect simple tasty meal.

Pooja said...

Though I dont have pork your shots are so tempting! My hubby likes it and I'm going to make him crave for one by showing yours :)

the ungourmet said...

Good lookin' chop and those loaded potato is awesome too!

MrsLavendula said...

hahaha! i didnt mean to be anonymous! was too excited to post my comment that i hit the publish button before typing my URL =)
i agree that meat with grill marks tastes better!

MarmiteToasty said...

I think Jacket potatoes have got to be one of me most favourite things to eat....

x

nora@ffr said...

pork chops with garlic?? mmmmmmmm and look at the yummy looking potatoes!!. no wonder i love this blog :D

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