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Old 03-01-2014, 10:17 PM   #1
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Default Pork Chops, Greens and GMDGeek's Cuc Salad

Just some simple grilled chops...
I also wanted to try the cucumber salad recipe that GMDGeek kindly posted the other day. (Thank you!)

The salad... I loved it!!



I gave the pork chops a quick one hour cure with tenderquick, rinsed and seasoned them with Tatonka Dust. (love this stuff too)





started a skillet of greens...
fried bacon..



added (to the bacon drippings) minced garlic, onions, red pepper flakes, chicken stock, seasonings and the greens...put them in the cooker with the chops.



closed the lid and simmered the greens til tender...

fried some green tomatoes...










the grilled chop, fried green tomato, greens with crisp bacon and GMDGeek's salad...





Really loved the salad and the chops with Tatonka Dust. Will make both again.

Thank you for looking!
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Old 03-01-2014, 10:20 PM   #2
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All of your stuff is so delicious--thanks for sharing! I like everything on that plate and wish I could taste / try it all--including that delicious salad.
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Great meal. Did you notice the quick cure any?
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Thank you bbqgeekess!

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Great meal. Did you notice the quick cure any?
Thanks farmer! This is the only way I do chops anymore. The quick cure keeps them moist and they are so tender. They do not taste "hammy" or cured. They are only in the cure from 1 to 2 hours depending on thickness.
I love them this way. Thanks again!
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Fan-Tabulous Jeanie!

I'd kill for some green tomatoes too.
Guess who?
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As usual, thanks Jeanie.

Now I'm farkin hungry again
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Fan-Tabulous Jeanie!

I'd kill for some green tomatoes too.
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lol Thanks Bucc! I "can" sliced green tomatoes in the fall so I have them for frying during the winter. Takes care of my craving.
No need to kill for them, I'd share with ya.
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Dave thanks!!
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Very Nice. I bet it was wonderful.
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Dang buddy, ya gots me HONGRY again!
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Thanks Adams and Chris.
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Wow looks delicious. I want to make those greens tomorrow - what kind are they?
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Looks great, Jeanie! Love a good chop!
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Wow looks delicious. I want to make those greens tomorrow - what kind are they?
Thanks! I used a mixture of greens, collard, turnip and mustard. Cooked the bacon first, then added onion and garlic to the drippings. Then the greens, chicken stock, red pepper flakes, salt, pepper. Can't remember what else. lol
Then topped them with the crisp bacon when served.
I like to use smoked ham hocks in the skillet, but didn't have any at the moment.
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Looks great, Jeanie! Love a good chop!
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