Posted at 2:10 pm , on January 20, 2021
One of my favorite ways to dress up a pork chop is to add chimichurri. Pork chops don’t have to be dry and bland. By adding a simple marinade and a flavorful topping, pork chops can be a most appealing meal. The chimichurri is the star of this recipe, made with the flavors of red chile and lime. This combination is second to none with fresh herbs, red chile pistachios and queso fresco cheese. Once the pork has marinated this meal can be prepared in 15 minutes. The chimichurri provided flavor, texture and spice which tasted so good with the grilled pork. To complete this meal serve alongside a baked potato and garden salad. Pork chops never tasted so good!
Posted at 10:06 am , on January 30, 2015
I’ve been craving steak and decided to stretch a ribeye into a meal for two with steak sandwiches. Instead of waiting for a warm day to grill outdoors, I decided to try Josh’s method of cooking a steak on top of the stove using the constant flip method. He has been trying all sorts of different foods and cooking techniques since he moved into his own place and he’s teaching this old cook some new tricks. Instead of cooking a steak and only turning it once, you turn it every 30 seconds in a smoking hot cast iron skillet giving it a more even browning and crusting on the outside and a warm pink center that is so tender it practically melts in your mouth. Once the steak was on it’s last 30 seconds I added some butter to the pan and some chimichurri and spooned it over the steak which added so much flavor. Grill some onion and tomato in the remaining chimichurri butter and you’ve got the makings for one impressive sandwich!