Feb 21

Simplicity is Key, Brining Pork Chops

For dinner, I decided to brine some pork chops again! First step, get a big bowl that is big enough for the pork chops and liquid that will cover above the pork chops.  This time, I added ice and water in the bowl,  I then put the pork chops in the bowl and added more cold water to it, enough water to cover above the pork chops. I then added lots of sea salt, crushed peppercorns,  a dash of dried thyme, a dash of dried sage, a dash of dried rosemary, 2 bay leaves, slices of one lemon, slices of clementine orange and a few pieces of crushed garlic!  Lastly, cover the bowl and leave it in the refrigerator overnight!  On the next day, fry those pork chops up and you will smell and taste the aromas!