Pork Chop


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Pork Chop

An arrangement in which an employee of the New York Stock Exchange takes orders at a trading booth on behalf the broker who owns it in exchange for a fee. The pork chop enables the broker to take and solicit orders somewhere off the trading floor while still fulfilling his/her duties on the trading floor.
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A sample of approximately 30 g was cut from each pork chop after treatments and the actual weight was recorded.
Salt and pepper to taste Fry the pork chops in 2 tbsp of oil for about three minutes on each side until golden on the outside and cooked through but tender on the inside.
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With pork chops from another vendor, Obama briefly got to enjoy the treats of the annual Des Moines event, the Politico reported.
14) The film Pork Chop Hill concludes with a brief commentary on this issue in the form of a voiceover by Gregory Peck, who stars as the protagonist Lt.
Snip through the skin of the pork chops at 2cm intervals with some sharp scissors to keep the chops flat when they are cooking.
I'd heard from two sources that the grilled 2-pound pork chop ($24), Smokin' Jack's signature dish, was outstanding.
Or: How many chips would a pork chop chip, if a pork chop would chop chips?
Looking at the pork chop from the side, make an incision into the chop to make as big a pocket as possible without cutting through the back or sides.
Hallowed Ground: The Last Battle for Pork Chop Hill.
He'd lived nine months within eyeshot of Pork Chop Hill, site of some of the bloodiest battles of the Korean War.
When a quality pork chop is perfectly cooked, the buttery texture and unique flavor are simply dream-worthy.