Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Sage and rosemary crusted pork chops

This is one of the simplest things to whip up, but so tasty and perfect for the summer. I think we came up with this one summer when I was wandering around my mom's yard, scavenging herbs. There's no recipe, you just toss in a handful of sage leaves, a handful of rosemary leaves, a few cloves of garlic and some sea salt and cracked pepper.
A few pulses in the food processor and you have a nice paste that you just rub all over some thick boneless pork chops.
Then you grill them up. D is the grill master in our apartment, so he handles that part. I bet they would also be really good pan cooked in a bit of olive oil, but I wouldn't dare suggest it.


  1. just don't kill yourself with that food processor! looks so yummy!

  2. Kris, the food processor is totally me-proof because it won't turn on unless the lid is snapped into place! What killed me that one time was trying to make a cheesecake with an immersion blender (it sounded like a good idea at 1 am the night before our annual Christmas party).

  3. trying these tonight! looks amazing


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