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Posted at 02:43 PM ET, 09/27/2011

Key Ingredient: Pork chops

In this week’s installment of Smoke Signals, Jim Shahin takes us from
Stephanie Witt Sedgwick's Pork Medallions With Sweet-and-Sour Tomato Sauce (tableware from Crate & Barrel). (Dayna Smith for The Washington Post)
Texas Hill Country to his back yard to learn a thing or two about grilling pork chops. And Nourish columnist Stephanie Witt Sedgwick shares her recipe for a saucy sweet-and-sour take.

Pork chops are versatile, but they can be tricky to cook. Here are more ways to enjoy them, from our Recipe Finder:

Nathalie’s Pork Chops, from Southern cooking doyenne Nathalie Dupree.

Indonesian-Spiced Anything, a rub to add a bit of zest.

Magalee’s Favorite Cornflake-Crusted Pork Chops, a kid-friendly dish from chef Gillian Clark.

Pork Chops Glazed With Ginger, Honey and Brandy, with a sauce you can adjust to your taste.

What are your favorite ways to make pork chops?

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Categories:  Recipes | Tags:  Becky Krystal, Key Ingredient

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