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Old 03-02-2012, 12:35 PM   #2325
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Toast, bacon, home grown Roma matoes, swiss cheese and Miracle Whip.

Gonna have to wait. Got some fresh Pork Loin Center Cut chops in the ice box. Anybody got a good recipe for them?
Do you have a bbq and some fresh pineapple handy?

If not, if they're thick sliced, head to the store, get some fresh ground sausage and some stuffing mix. Pulverize the stuff then blend with sausage, egg, a little coleman's mustard, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper. Use a good sharp knife to cut a pocket into the side of each pork loin chop and stuff in the mix ya just made, then, cook using method of your choice .

If that's not up to snuff, get some good thick sliced peppercorn bacon and wrap the edge of each pork loin chop with a boundary of bacon before grilling or cooking if your favorite method (You'll need tooth picks to hold it in place till its done).
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Toast, bacon, home grown Roma matoes, swiss cheese and Miracle Whip.

Gonna have to wait. Got some fresh Pork Loin Center Cut chops in the ice box. Anybody got a good recipe for them?
Gonna give you a website... Put in what you have in your pantry, and out it spits a recipe.. VERY good recipes...

Supercook: recipe search by ingredients you have at home
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I'm not leaving home for supplies. I have some bacon that I can double up and sprinkle with pepper and other spices. Will that work?
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Are you guy's still talkin food. I'm out on the road and eatin greasy spoon!! Yuuukkk!!
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Midniteoyl, great site. The more I add, the more choices it comes up with. Thx.
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slickest1, hit a truck stop. I doubt truckers would put up with bad food.
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Do you have a bbq and some fresh pineapple handy?

If not, if they're thick sliced, head to the store, get some fresh ground sausage and some stuffing mix. Pulverize the stuff then blend with sausage, egg, a little coleman's mustard, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, salt, pepper. Use a good sharp knife to cut a pocket into the side of each pork loin chop and stuff in the mix ya just made, then, cook using method of your choice .

If that's not up to snuff, get some good thick sliced peppercorn bacon and wrap the edge of each pork loin chop with a boundary of bacon before grilling or cooking if your favorite method (You'll need tooth picks to hold it in place till its done).
Okay, I gotta ask...so what's the bacon wrap for? They do this on filet mignon a lot as well. I was never quite sure what the bacon is supposed to do? Is it for flavoring?
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Are you guy's still talkin food. I'm out on the road and eatin greasy spoon!! Yuuukkk!!
Yea, this is not a good thread lately for anyone hungry! LOL
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The bacon adds flavor to an otherwise boring filet mignon.
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Dunner,

You seem braver than I.

Have you tried the bacon shake? Please say you have. A report, please.

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