Thanks to Monica Bravo at BravoForPaleo.com for this great recipe. I love pork chops and am always in search of new and interesting ways to prepare this awesome cut of meat. And thanks to my favorite local whole animal local butchery, The Heart & Trotter in San Diego for providing excellent service
Romesco sauce is traditionally a seafood sauce from the Catalonia region of Spain. It’s made from roasted red peppers, almonds, olive oil, and garlic. However, because it’s so rich and hearty, it pairs fantastically with pork, chicken, or lamb. I made a simple pork chop with stove-top braised carrots to
In my part of the world, okra only shows up for a short period of time during the year, so I like to do what I can with it. It’s an interesting vegetable that’s beloved by the South, and slowly making it’s way (thankfully) throughout the rest of the U.S.
This blackberry reduction is more tart and savory than sweet. It works great with the pork chop adding a new dimension of flavor you might not be familiar with. The roasted sweet potato is super easy and the spices give it a burst of flavor. Important note: brine the pork chop