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December 20, 2014

SLOW COOKER MAPLE DIJON PORK CHOPS


You are going to LOVE this recipe! This is probably the best pork chop recipe that will WOW your family! My husband just loved this the other night for dinner. It is SO easy, with few ingredients, smells heavenly and the end result is a delicious, tender, moist and very flavorful pork chop!! I served ours with homemade mashed potatoes and those divine "buttah beans!" Yankees refer to them as "Lima Beans!" I love good slow cooker recipes, that can allow you to continue to decorate while dinner is cookin'! Y'all are going to just love this, promise!





MAPLE DIJON PORK CHOPS
3 butterfly pork chops
1 medium onion, chopped 
3 T. maple syrup
2 T. Dijon mustard
1/4 cup apple cider vinegar
Salt, Pepper to taste
2 T. olive oil

In a medium saucepan, heat olive oil. Sear the pork chops on each side, which have been seasoned with salt and pepper. Transfer to the slow cooker. In the same saucepan, with the remaining oil , saute the onions with the maple syrup, mustard and apple cider vinegar. Pour this entire mixture over the chops and cook on low for 6 hours. Honey.....these are totally divine!!!!


In Atlanta....


A Christmas memory....time for a picture with Santa
Luke and Santa December, 2011


On Tuesday, Snowy got into the chocolate kisses.
He gained five pounds and had a tummy ache!


On Wednesday, Snowy had to do his "Jane Fonda workout!"


Yes Mae......we see you! 

10 comments:

  1. OMYGOODNESS...this sound so so delicious...a must try after the holidays.
    I love that shot of Mae...:)

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    1. This recipe is a keeper BJ! I don't serve pork chops often, but this one is my go to from now on! Have a wonderful, yet busy weekend! I simply adore your Christmas home!!!

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  2. Mmmmmmmm, it sounds deeeeeeeeeelicious. And so easy. Double hooray!!!!

    But sorry to say, this "Yankee-born" doesn't care for Lima Beans. Perhaps if I call them "buttah beans" they would taste so much better. ,-)

    And more precious photos, of course!

    Happy Eve of Yule,
    'Miss' Tessa~

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    1. Oh Miss Tessa! You have the most marvelous sense of humor! Hey....it doesn't matter if they are lima or buttah.....they taste the same! Have a fantastic weekend!!!

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  3. That's such a beautiful photo of Luke and Santa.

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    1. Hi Deb! Thank you so much! They are both cutie patooties, aren't they! Merry Christmas love! Hope the carriage house is coming along!

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  4. The pork chop recipe sounds delicious! I'll have to surely try this. Little Luke is so cute and looks so very happy in Santa's lap! Snowy looks liks a little stinker! :) Merry Christmas to you and your family.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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    1. I so hope you enjoy the recipe Shelia! Aren't grandchildren the very thing that keeps us young at heart! Hugs and thank you for stopping by today!

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  5. Love the pic of Luke and Santa. BTW... he looks like the real Santa! I can almost smell those pork chops from here! Have a wonderful holiday, dear Estelle!

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    1. He certainly does look like the real Santa doesn't he? Sounds like you have had a delightful season Katie....love reading about your latest fashion designs via Christmas tree skirts! Delightful!!!!!

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