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Reviewed: Ray Lampe’s guide to Pork Chops

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pork chopPork chops being one of my favorite foods ever, I was pretty eager to see what Dr. BBQ had to say about them in his latest cookbook, Pork Chop: 60 Recipes for Living High on the Hog. I was not disappointed.

Pork Chop starts off with an overview of the various types of chop, then dives right into the recipes. Between Ray’s 60 ways to prepare porkgasm and Jody Horton’s beautiful pics of the finished chops, I couldn’t wait to try some of them out. The only real problem I had was choosing one to start with–Pork Chop Gumbo? The Pork Chop Carnitas? Pork Chop-Stuffed French Toast? Factor in the chapters on international, extreme, and salad ideas and the decision gets even harder. You can get a copy of this wonderful book here.

 

 

 

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Managing Editor | Mark is a freelance journalist based out of Los Angeles. He’s our Do-It-Yourself specialist, and happily agrees to try pretty much every twisted project we come up with.