[Sca-cooks] pork chops

Stefan li Rous StefanliRous at austin.rr.com
Mon Sep 6 17:59:35 PDT 2010

Johnna quoted:
"Cajuns live and love over the kitchen range, barbecue pit, outdoor propane burner, and dinner table"

Well, I hope they turn them off first! But then perhaps the EMS personnel are used to unusual burns in unusual places.

"It's become one of those outdoor activities, like pig roasts, community summer picnics, pork chop BBQ's, chicken broils, etc."

Now most of these I'm familiar with, but I've never heard of a "pork chop BBQs" before. Perhaps because here in Ansteorra BBQ usually means beef, chicken or something else rather than pork. But even in the southeast, I thought it was other cuts of pork rather than pork chops.

Are pork chops a modern cut of meat? Or just something we haven't discussed before. Doing a search on "pork chop" in the Florilegium turns up no recipes, either period or redactions.

Does anyone have a favorite medieval recipe using pork chops? These are often relatively cheap at times.

THLord Stefan li Rous    Barony of Bryn Gwlad    Kingdom of Ansteorra
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