Time


Time is a wonderful thing.  

Now having some extra time means I can slice some Granny Smith apples and Vidalia onions to whip up a recipe for my family. 


Screen Door and Sweet Tea is the cookbook currently on my kitchen counter.  As much a storybook as a cookbook, it is worthy of your time.  The Apple Grilled Double Cut Pork Chops can be found right here.  

Seriously worthy of your time.  

If you can't find a double cut chop, just fold over a large chop and secure with a toothpick.  Works like a charm.  




Comments

  1. Yes, time is the key. It is our responsibility to use it sensibly :)

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  2. Hello, and thanks for sharing that!

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  3. Sounds delicious! Apples are awesome - Although I traditionally go for apple desserts rather than pairing them with meat. (I would pick a good apple pie over any other dessert!)

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  4. That recipe sounds wonderful...yum! Enjoy the time...nothing like summer for a teacher!

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  5. Yum. Printed it off myself to give it a try.

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  6. Sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing the recipe link. Enjoy your Tuesday!

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  7. Apples and onions together??? Love pork chops tho!

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  8. Mmm....sounds like a wonderful cookbook and great recipe! Thanks for sharing and enjoy your Tuesday :)

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  9. Hi Michelle, This recipe sounds great!

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  10. Mmmmm. Makes my mouth pucker. I have a Granny Smith apple tree and they are the only ones I make apple pie with.

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  11. Your family is going to benefit from your summertime vacay! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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  12. The recipe sounds yummy! I love the combination of pork and apples.

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  13. so THIS is how you're going to treat us this summer, eh? making our mouth water? :)

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  14. Pork chops and Granny Smith's are two of my faves - sounds so yummy together!

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  15. What a great recipe, thanks for sharing!

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  16. I know it's beside the point but now I want to bite into an appel. It's 11:30 pm for Pete's sake!!!

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  17. Glad your summer is off to a good start!

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  18. Hi Michelle, oh yummy, thanks for making my mouth water.Blessings Francine.

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  19. Yum.....and I'm so excited, because we just stocked our freezer with the pig we purchased at the last livestock show... I have plenty of the pork chops... thanks for sharing this delicious recipe...

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  20. I agree that time is a wonderful thing!

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  21. ummm...pork chops are always good...and this sounds amazing...

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  22. The recipe sounds DELICIOUS . . . I copied it into my file.
    A MUST TRY!
    Thank you . . .

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  23. With this cookbook and chop photo, you are such a tease. Tsk, tsk, tsk...

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  24. I will have to check out thew cookbook for my daughter in law. She loves to cook.

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  25. Good tip! I'm going to be working with a lot of apples tomorrow! The folks who run the local orchard just brought a couple boxes of apples over for us to cut up for them to freeze and later use in pies (they're paying us to do it).

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  26. Granny Smith is my favorite kind of apples!

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