Panko-Crusted Pork Chops

To celebrate a long, treacherous work week being over, I felt in the mood to make something really, really good. ¬†I didn’t have too much in the fridge, so I did what I do best … whip something up on the fly with what I had – pork chops and a little arugula. ¬†Luckily, that made for a pretty delicious meal. Ingredients: 4 thin boneless pork chops Salt & pepper 1/4 extra virgin olive oil Regular olive oil (just to coat the pan) 1 cup panko bread crumbs (may need more depending on how big the pork chops are) 1

Maple Mustard Pork Chops

Pork… “the other white meat”. Not only does pork not break the bank at the grocery store, but it’s easy to cook and it’s VERY lean. Its myoglobin content is lower than that of beef, but much higher than that of chicken. The USDA treats pork as a red meat. Pork is very high in thiamin (vitamin B1). Pork with its fat trimmed is leaner than the meat of most domesticated animals. We usually just season our pork chops with some chipotle seasoning and slap them on the grill, but we decided to try something different. This recipe may look

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