porkchop


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Noun1.porkchop - chop cut from a hog
chop - a small cut of meat including part of a rib
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Grilled porkchop with rice and vegetables And in just a few years, she opened her second restaurant, Pasqualino's.
It's been a cool season in Chicago, but restaurants Red Fish Bleu Fish and Porkchop and The Hyde Speakeasy (5121 S.
The sweet and savory Power of Zeus Grilled Porkchop (P380) is on top of a heaping amount of creamy mashed potato.
Kitchen Seventy-One owned by Chef Jhic de Guzman Dimagiba prepared Beef Caldereta, Thai Grilled Porkchop, Cajun Chicken and Baked Mac.
After he was finished, he returned to the dinner table--my grandmother sobbing in a ball on the bathroom floor--and continued eating his porkchop and baked potato as if nothing happened.
Other businesses they own include some of Liverpool's most loved independent bars and restaurants such as Santa Chupitos, El Bandito, Salt Dog Slims, Santa Maluco, Slim's Porkchop Express and 81Ltd.
We also get to meet the younger version of Sheldon's twin sister Missy who appeared in the episode ''The Porkchop Indeterminacy' and was played by Courtney Henggeler.
A Chicago (https://twitter.com/ChicagoPORKCHOP/status/793889274571751425) Porkchop location is giving away free barbecue sandwiches Thursday from 11 a.m.
Ripa arrived in Pine Valley, the soap's fictional setting, wearing an Elvira-like black wig, playing the niece of Trevor Dillon (James Kiberd), whom she affectionately called "Uncle Porkchop." The rambunctious teen had a smart mouth, but it was all a defense mechanism given her rough upbringing.
troops fought up and down Porkchop Hill and Heartbreak Ridge, suffering nearly half of their casualties."
Perhaps that was because of the 20th century tradition of ad-hoc "street universities," with stepladder orators as varied as Malcolm X and "Porkchop" Edward Davis, a tradition he understood.
At the Yardbird in Miami, the Porkchop cocktail plays on classic ingredients often paired with pork-apples and mustard-and mixes bourbon with a house Dijon simple syrup, cider and thyme.