Today I will be your “drop-off chef.” That is, I will cook a dinner at my place and then drop it off at yours.
Well okay, fine, I’m a virtual drop-off chef.
You see, I’m on a little holiday with my boys!
I’m relaxing, and eating delicious food, I’m sure — I’m sure it’s inspiring all sorts of new culinary creations in my mind. I’ll tell you all about it when I return, but for now I’m soaking up some family time.
So here’s what I’m dropping off: Rosemary-Garlic Crusted Pork Chops. I made these super scrumptious pork chops for my parents last week. It was a real drop-off — in person! And it was served with my Mom’s freshly made Ginger Applesauce. What a dreamy combination!
I love these pork chops because although they only take a short time to prepare, they’re super flavorful, rich, juicy and tender — sounds like comfort food to me!
These pork chops and the Ginger Applesauce served together are a huge crowd pleaser, so start peeling the apples and thinking about inviting a few friends over to share a meal this weekend!
(I really do wish I could have made it for you in person! Maybe one day . . .)
20 minutes ahead: Chop the garlic and rosemary. Make the crust and sear the chops.
10 minutes ahead: Place the chops in the oven.