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September 14, 2009

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Sam@BingeNYC

Yow, this looks insane delicious.

Bethany

That looks heavenly!

mrs. g.

Drooling...

Nancy C.

I would recommend using a meat thermometer and cooking to an internal temp of 160 degrees Fahrenheit. Cooking pork chops until they're white all the way through is overkill. Would you cook a steak until it is brown all the way through?

Half Assed Kitchen

Nancy C., meat thermometers are often a good idea, but I find that, more often than not, when I use them, I end up overcooking the meat. I cooked these pork chops until white all the way through and they were super moist.

Kerry

I'm gonna try this. I started sauteeing pork loin in maple syrup and it's sooo good. You could eat the leftovers for breakfast.

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