[Sca-cooks] pork chops

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Mon Sep 6 19:39:53 PDT 2010

They routinely do pork chop dinners as fundraisers for 4-H in the  

The  Co. 4-H Federation has made plans to hold their annual Pork Chop  
Supper Fundraiser this year on Wednesday, July 14th at the  Community  
Fair Grounds. Tickets are $ 6 for a 1 chop meal or $ 8 for a 2 chop  
meal. Meals include BBQ Pork Chops, your choice of potato salad or  
chips, apple sauce, dinner roll, ice cream and milk. Meals will be  
served from 5-8 p.m. with carry-outs available from 4:30 - 8 p.m.  
Tickets for the barbecue must be purchased in advance, you may contact  
any  County 4-H member or the  Extension Office for tickets.  Bring  
the whole family out for this evening of fun. After enjoying your  
meal, everyone is welcome to browse through the community building and  
barns to see all the 4-H projects and animals. Proceeds from this  
fundraiser go towards the  County 4-H Federation programs and  
activities for the 2010-2011 4-H year which include state and national  
conference scholarships, college scholarships, trips, activities and  
community service projects.

We use to serve the pork chops, salads, and then you got pie.


On Sep 6, 2010, at 8:59 PM, Stefan li Rous wrote:
> 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.

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