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Ingredients

How to make it

  • Combine the vinegar, garlic, thyme, pepper, and salt. Let stand 1-2 hours or more. Remove garlic.
  • Pan fry the pork chop so that it develops a little carmelization/becomes a little brown. Cut into small pieces when it's cool enough to handle.
  • Toss the rice, asparagus, pork chop and onions with the dressing. Season to taste with additional black pepper as desired.
  • Serve at room temperature.

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    " It was excellent "
    a1patti ate it and said...
    Asparagus is in season now, YUM!!
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    " It was excellent "
    softgrey ate it and said...
    my mom is STILL talking about how delicious this is..
    i will have to make it again soon!...

    x-softie
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    " It was excellent "
    blondeberry ate it and said...
    I've heard this is delish. I'll make it without the pork, of course. 5 for it's reputation.
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  • lincolntoot 9 years ago
    Five fork as expected! Delicious and makes a pretty presentation. Thanks for a great recipe!
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  • lincolntoot 9 years ago
    This looks and sounds wonderful! Cannot wait to try this. Looks like a five fork recipe - will definitely give my feedback!
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    " It was excellent "
    softgrey ate it and said...
    i made this last night---added blue cheese and used sherry vinegar...

    had lots of leftovers so when my parents decided to come by today i fed it to them for lunch...
    they gobbled it all up while mumbling about how good it was and what a creative recipe...

    i's say it was a big hit!...
    5 forks!
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    " It was excellent "
    softgrey ate it and said...
    thanks a lot--
    quite by coincidence a huge whole foods just opened a block from me...
    so i will check there for the recommended products...
    so great to discover something new!...

    yay!
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  • dancegypsy67 10 years ago
    I guess I'm lucky...the 3 grocery stores I go to most often carry smoked pork chops (not all are created equal, but I like that there are options) and we have at least one vendor at our farmers' market who makes them. I'm not sure if recommending specific products is allowed on this site...I'll edit if it's not...my favorite for this dish is made by Stoddard's Country Grove Market, but I'm not sure if they sell mail order. My second favorite (again for this dish) is made by Nueske's Applewood Smoked Meats and they do sell mail order. Both have web sites.

    As seen in other comments, a perfectly acceptable, and yummy (I'll have to try it), substitution is bacon. Or a really good slice of ham.
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    " It was excellent "
    softgrey ate it and said...
    i never heard of a 'smoked' pork chop...?
    sounds good...wonder where i could get that...

    great list of ingredients dancegypsy..
    thanks for the pic williams!
    that looks super yummy!...
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    " It was excellent "
    unswissmiss ate it and said...
    Yum! I used arborio rice and bacon, but it's a great seasonal recipe.
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  • williams94086 10 years ago
    I made this recipe tonight (add uploaded the photo). This salad is *delicious* -- I enjoyed the combination of garlic infused balsamic with the sweet asparagus and smokey pork (I substituted a thick cut bacon). Yum yum yum -- will make this again!
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