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Old 11-27-2006, 07:02 PM   #1
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Pork Chops and........

Grilled 2 center cut boneless chops with s&p.
Made up a "sauce " with brown sugar, apple juice, apples & cranberries. Sprinkled slivered toasted almonds on top.
Sorry about the lousy pics.......I need a new camera.




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Old 11-27-2006, 07:06 PM   #2
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Nice job Puff. How was the sauce? Looked good.
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Old 11-27-2006, 07:09 PM   #3
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Nice job Puff. How was the sauce? Looked good.
Sauce was great!
Your stuffed pork loin kind of had a little influence.
Apples and pork just go together
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Looks great Puff! Have you tryed the Finney #2 on pork yet?
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Looks great Puff! Have you tryed the Finney #2 on pork yet?
Well have you?

It does look really good Puffy.
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Old 11-27-2006, 10:09 PM   #6
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Looks great Puff! Have you tryed the Finney #2 on pork yet?
Well have you?

It does look really good Puffy.
I used Finney #1 on a pork butt and really enjoyed it

Sadly I have no Finney Rub left, so I can try no more

And thank you
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Old 11-27-2006, 11:21 PM   #7
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Oh Yea........ Looks real good
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Apples and pork just go together
I'll bet that recipe goes into the Puff's Keepers file. Looks good.

When we're doing simple pork roasts or chops, we gotta have applesauce. It's a requirement in our household.

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Looks good enough to eat Puff. I like to use a Jaccard Tenderizer on pork chops, does a good job on them.

http://www.jaccard.com/Home-Product-STe ... sp?group=H
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Looks great Puff! Have you tryed the Finney #2 on pork yet?
Well have you?

It does look really good Puffy.
I used Finney #1 on a pork butt and really enjoyed it

Sadly I have no Finney Rub left, so I can try no more

And thank you
Well at least you got to try it...All I got was a promise.

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Al, I would put your rub on it...you got some good stuff!!
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Apples and pork just go together
I'll bet that recipe goes into the Puff's Keepers file. Looks good.

When we're doing simple pork roasts or chops, we gotta have applesauce. It's a requirement in our household.

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I totally agree John
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Old 11-28-2006, 08:14 AM   #13
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And for the record I did try Finney #2.
I used it on a rack of ribs. Sadly the ribs I bought were horrible.
The rub however was very good, a bit spicy but blended well with the SBR's I put on them. I actually reheated the ribs in oven the next day and couldn't believe the way the flavor was enhanced even though it was a day later.

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Good looking chops Puff.
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looks good puff. you're getting a little artsy dribbling the sauce onto the plate like that.
Wanted to still see the grill marks
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great looking monkey grub!!
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great looking monkey grub!!
Where you been monkey man??
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