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Sauce Chop, Beans, And Bacon Warped Corn

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Post Thu Sep 06, 2012 11:41 pm
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What do ya do when you ain't got no ribs?-- Improvise! I do maintain a small cache of pork rib end chops in my freezer, as they are my favorite kind of chop. Thing is, I also have been having a craving for ribs lately (thanks to you guys). Hence I thought I'd give this a saucy try. Had to dust it with ground chipotle first.

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What do you say we also make this meal a little more interesting by bacon warping some corn? This is a high quality, thick, applewood smoked bacon from pigs that were allegedly raised with class. And it's not cured with any nitrates/nitrates for all the health conscious.

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Ooops! Let's check on that chop before it gets sauced. (Or, is that before I get sauced?)

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Time to plate it up. I include some pinto beans with jalapenos, and a quick slaw with cabbage, carrot, red onion, pepper, and celery seed with a mayo based sauce. This meal would have been ideal for me for my San Diego Chargers games. Guess I'll just have to do it again! :D

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Very cool trick with the corn, BC! Did you add anything to it or were the salt and bacon enough?

I like the look of the pork chop, too...I used to sauce them all the time but haven't in years, so maybe it's time to revisit the idea!

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ScreamingChicken wrote:
Very cool trick with the corn, BC! Did you add anything to it or were the salt and bacon enough?

I like the look of the pork chop, too...I used to sauce them all the time but haven't in years, so maybe it's time to revisit the idea!



Thanks a lot, Brad :D

I found that the bacon brought enough fat and salt and flavor to the corn that I had no need or desire to dress it with anything else. -- Great substitute for butter, by the way. I swear, put that sauce on there like you say, close your eyes, and I bet you feel as though you're eating baby backs. :D
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Very nice meal BC!
Those chops are my favorite too. The beans sound very interesting as well.
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Very nice meal BC!
Those chops are my favorite too. The beans sound very interesting as well.


Thanks, Z :D

The jalapenos sure do bring out the flavor in the beans and give them a nice zing. :D
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beercuer,

It all looks good :D :D I do like the bacon wrapped corn and I think I'm going to have to try it!

Thanks for sharing,
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Nice job, BC! Your plate looks scrumpalicious! :lol:
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Bacon! Bacon, bacon, bacon, bacon....

Sorry I'm over it now. That whole meal looked outstanding, but that corn really intrigued me. Nicely done all around!

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Thank you, Guys. I am delighted you approve, especially the bacon warping around the corn. :D

Dyal-- I may be having a meal suitable for a Gamecocks game this weekend. See how it goes. Meanwhile, I wish you the best and fun on your hunting safari.
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beercuer wrote:
What do ya do when you ain't got no ribs?-- Improvise!


I do the same thing. In fact, I usually keep an entire sliced pork loin in the freezer because I happen to like these chops so much. At about 20 chops to the package, that's about 95 cents a chop so it's economical too. :D
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