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How do I cook them?
I was going to put the honey and mustard on top of the chops and grill under a low heat but I thought about steaming the chops first and then grill them. Would that work?
No idea... can I come for dinner though???
Yes of course, your acomplice can join you also but there may be no dinner to have at this rate!
I need to start cooking, someone help!!!
COuld you modify this one?
or this one?
Yep, thats brilliant. Thank you.
I can never cook pork chops successfully without frying them.
Just spotted this.....flame replied while I was on school run....I have done honey n mustard porkchops before, and grilled them first. Not done them forever tho, so if I still welcome than yes please for the invite
Well theres 2 going spare now as dh won't be home till late!
LOL....won't he be slightly bemused tho as to why there be two grinning idiots sat in his house eating his dinner, when he finally does get home???????
Oooohhh grinning idiots is a bit harsh!
Grinning nutters would be more suitable
DH has just rung anyway, he'll be home in 2 hours so I'll have to withdraw that offer!
Lol....and oh...was looking forward to the yummy food and the look on his face.
Hey ho, maybe some other time....or you could even come here
Ooohh yeah, although I dare bet your southerners. Everyone is on here!
What do grinning nutters eat?
Was looking forward to them too!!!
I eats anything cept little duckies
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