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By John Houser III, For The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2012
Most people go to farmers' markets in search of that perfect tomato or apple, meats are also sold at many of them. That's right, beef, chicken, pork and even bison can be found in the stalls at most farmers' markets in the area. Pork is among my favorites. Fatty, lean, smoked or plain, I can eat pork in countless ways. I'm even a fan of the parts that most supermarkets don't sell, such as the ears, jowls, feet and tails (which all can be bought at the farmers' market), but I'm a sucker for the classic pork chop.
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By John Houser III, For The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2012
Most people go to farmers' markets in search of that perfect tomato or apple, meats are also sold at many of them. That's right, beef, chicken, pork and even bison can be found in the stalls at most farmers' markets in the area. Pork is among my favorites. Fatty, lean, smoked or plain, I can eat pork in countless ways. I'm even a fan of the parts that most supermarkets don't sell, such as the ears, jowls, feet and tails (which all can be bought at the farmers' market), but I'm a sucker for the classic pork chop.
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By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,SUN STAFF | September 12, 2001
Mildred Kriwko of Lake Zurich, Ill., wrote that she has had no success in finding a recipe for pork chops using brown sugar and Coca-Cola. Her response came from Nedra Shelly of Silver Spring, who noted: "This recipe comes from the Aunt Bee's Mayberry Cookbook. I have made it many times. It's easy and it's always a big hit. I also like to include onion rings. You can also make this in a crockpot." Recipe requests Albert W. Norman of Gore Springs, Miss., is seeking a cornmeal-dumpling recipe.
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September 14, 2012
To everything there is a season, or so it is said. And that includes grilling. Not that you won't venture out on a cooler evening to barbecue some chicken, but autumn is here – almost – and the desire to dine al fresco is waning along with the summer weather. What to do? Well, host a dinner designed to highlight the transition from outdoors to in, the transition of our gardens from green to gold and orange. Our menu du jour — for eight of our nearest and dearest — has quasi-Southwestern undertones.
NEWS
December 18, 2005
Boneless center-cut pork chops are convenient: They cook quickly and evenly and adapt to a variety of cooking methods, including grilling, baking and sauteing. They are also fairly lean -- about 38 percent of calories from fat. This recipe calls for four (4-ounce) boneless chops: If yours are a little larger, adjust the cooking time. BONELESS PORK CHOPS WITH ROSEMARY-CHERRY SAUCE Makes 4 servings 2 teaspoons cornstarch 1 / 2 cup lower-sodium chicken broth 1 / 2 cup red wine 1 tablespoon brown sugar 1 / 3 cup dried cherries 1 / 2 teaspoon dried rosemary 4 (4-ounce)
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By NEWSDAY | January 8, 2006
Boneless center-cut pork chops cook quickly and evenly and adapt to a variety of cooking methods. They are also fairly lean -- about 38 percent of calories from fat. MOLASSES BLACK- PEPPER PORK CHOPS Makes 4 servings cooking spray 1 / 2 teaspoon salt 1 / 2 teaspoon ground cumin 2 teaspoons cracked black pepper (see note) 3 tablespoons molasses 4 (4-ounce) boneless center-cut pork chops Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Coat a shallow baking sheet with cooking spray. Combine the salt, cumin, black pepper and molasses in a bowl and spread it over both sides of the chops.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | September 26, 2007
Samari Rolle, Demetrius Williams and Cory Ross are familiar names among Ravens fans. But to those close to them, those three players are better known as "Doorknob," "Scrill" and "Pork Chop." Rolle said he has been called "Doorknob" since his days at Miami Beach High in Florida because the top of his head looks like a doorknob. "Every level I've been to, it's just stuck," Rolle said. "Now people just call me `Knob' for short. Even my wife will call me `Knob.'" While Williams is better known as "Spider-Man" for his acrobatic catches and intricate tattoo of the comic book superhero on his right biceps, his University of Oregon teammates called him "Scrill," which is defined by Urbandictionary.
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By Betty Rosbottom and Betty Rosbottom,Los Angeles Times Syndicate | January 16, 2000
Last month my husband and I were invited to a number of large holiday events. Parties at the college where my spouse is a professor seemed to have a cast of hundreds. We went to huge open houses where it was hard to move an inch and attended buffets where navigating the crowds to get to the food table was a challenge. Although I love the festiveness of these grand celebrations, once the season is over, I welcome small, quiet gatherings. So this week, I have invited just one couple to come to our house for a simple supper to precede going to the movies.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2011
John Houser III reviews Granny's in Owings Mills. Valerie Dorsey moved her pork chops, peach cobbler and chicken and waffles to Owings Mills Mall last March. How are they doing at Owings Mills Mall, you ask? Houser tells you . What's your favorite place to eat a mall?
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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 15, 1997
This entire menu of trade-winds fare can be completely roasted in the oven in about 20 minutes. Just marinate the pork in the morning and then at dinner time prepare the vegetables and yams, which are roasted along with the pork.Let's face it -- Brussels sprouts won't win the vegetable popularity contest, but this treatment of oven roasting with apples creates a totally new flavor combination for the lowly petite choux. Cut two tart apples into 1-inch cubes (no need to peel) and toss with the Brussels sprouts, along with a drizzle of olive oil. Bake on the same pan as the pork chops for the same length of time.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | June 18, 2012
       The New York Mets held up posting their lineup for a while this afternoon, waiting on who'd be starting for the Orioles.     Jake Arrieta was scheduled - and Jake Arrieta it will be.      Although he almost was wiped out by what he thinks was a bad pork chop at the team hotel in Atlanta on Saturday night.     Arrieta said he had terrible food poisoning on Sunday, couldn't keep any food down. And the Orioles wanted to see how he was this afternoon before allowing him to make his start.
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By Diane Pajak | November 1, 2011
Recipes for Coffee-rubbed pork chops and Blood orange martini Peake reflects: During a trip to the Dominican Republic, chef Anthony Peake dined at a local Dominican restaurant that served traditional Hispaniola fare. For dinner, he was served pork chops with an orange and coffee marinade. Using inspiration from his trip, he created the Coffee-rubbed Pork Chop featured entree for The Stanford Grill. Coffee-rubbed Pork Chops Ingredients: * 8  7 oz. pork chops (bone in)
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2011
John Houser III reviews Granny's in Owings Mills. Valerie Dorsey moved her pork chops, peach cobbler and chicken and waffles to Owings Mills Mall last March. How are they doing at Owings Mills Mall, you ask? Houser tells you . What's your favorite place to eat a mall?
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By John Houser III, Special To The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2011
Granny's Restaurant may be right next to the food court in Owings Mills Mall, but it's far from your typical mall food. Soul food is Granny's specialty — served with a smile. Named after Chef Valerie Dorsey's 106-year-old grandmother, Granny's moved from its old home down the street to a space three times bigger at the mall. Granny's has been at its new digs for eight months now, and its staff is beginning to feel at home. While the owners have done some renovation, the ghost of the previous tenant, a Chinese restaurant, still haunts the place.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | November 5, 2009
Bryan and Michael Voltaggio might be highly accomplished chefs, but when their mom's birthday rolled around last week, she got a cake made from a mix. "I did bake a cake, but it's Betty Crocker," said Staci Rosenberger, kid sister to the Frederick natives competing in television's "Top Chef." The cake baking fell to Rosenberger because she and her mother live in the same city, Las Vegas. That happens to be where Bryan, Michael and other "Top Chef" competitors have been doing culinary battle, but filming for that is over.
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By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,Special to The Sun | January 10, 2008
Oh, Mamie's, you had us at hello. From the moment we walked in, we fell in love with the 1940s Baltimore elementary school pictures on the walls, the wedding certificates, the baptism announcements, all proudly advertising your deep Baltimore roots. We adore your home-style menu of roast chicken, pot roast, meatloaf and pork chops. We can even forgive your new surroundings, in an impersonal Aberdeen shopping center. We know that you can take Mamie's out of Hampden, but you can't take the essential Hampden-ness out of Mamie's.
FEATURES
By Joanne E. Morvay | November 7, 2001
Item: Campbell's Supper Bakes What you get: 6 servings Cost: About $3.50 Nutritional content: Herb Chicken with Rice - 330 calories, 7 grams fat, 3.5 grams saturated fat, 880 milligrams sodium, 40 grams carbohydrate, 2 grams sugars; Savory Pork Chops - 380 calories, 18 grams fat, 7 grams saturated fat, 850 milligrams sodium, 31 grams carbohydrate, 2 grams sugars Preparation time: 25 to 30 minutes Review: Campbell's new Supper Bakes take back-of-the-soup-can recipes...
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By Carol Mighton Haddix and Carol Mighton Haddix,Special to the Sun | February 10, 2002
Pork with sauerkraut is one of winter's best pairings. The rich flavor of the pork contrasts so well with the tangy kraut that this combo has been a longtime favorite of Central European countries and here in the States. The quick-cooking pork needs only 10 minutes or so and the sauerkraut requires only heating, making it the perfect weeknight meal. Before starting the pork, put a kettle of water on the stove to boil for noodles, and toss together a green salad to complete the meal. You'll be sitting down to the table in just 25 minutes.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN REPORTER | October 10, 2007
John M. Murray, a decorated Korean War veteran and retired Georgia Pacific Corp. manager, died Oct. 3 of complications from emphysema at his Catonsville home. He was 76. Mr. Murray was born in Baltimore and raised on Ellamont Street in the city's Walbrook neighborhood. He was a graduate of the old St. James School at Eager and Aisquith streets. He was 17 when he enlisted in the Army in 1948, and, while serving as an infantryman at several stateside posts, was division boxing champion.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN REPORTER | September 26, 2007
Samari Rolle, Demetrius Williams and Cory Ross are familiar names among Ravens fans. But to those close to them, those three players are better known as "Doorknob," "Scrill" and "Pork Chop." Rolle said he has been called "Doorknob" since his days at Miami Beach High in Florida because the top of his head looks like a doorknob. "Every level I've been to, it's just stuck," Rolle said. "Now people just call me `Knob' for short. Even my wife will call me `Knob.'" While Williams is better known as "Spider-Man" for his acrobatic catches and intricate tattoo of the comic book superhero on his right biceps, his University of Oregon teammates called him "Scrill," which is defined by Urbandictionary.
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