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Old 08-04-2006, 08:02 AM   #1
Jack Q W Cantwell
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Hey, thanks to Coach, Lauren and Benjamin Sims for the pork chop with corn relish recipe -- made a variation on it last night (didn't have time for the brining; grilled the pork with rubbed sage and a little olive oil, instead) and it was killer. My wife loved it, too.

To get some veggies in the meal, I strayed from the Zone, but made a very delicious and nutritious recipe from epicurious.com with swiss chard, beets, and goat cheese: http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/re...s/views/233410

You could probably reduce the beets and goat cheese and eliminate the raisins and still have a really delicious meal that's not too heavy on carbs (that is, as a proportion of the calories, carbs would still be quite high, but there wouldn't be very many calories to the dish). In any case, I highly recommend it as an accompaniment to the great pork chops. Next time, I'll try those brined, first.
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