Pork Chops with Whiskied Pears & Thyme

Pork Chops with Whiskied Pears & Thyme

Who doesn’t love a good pork chop for dinner? They’re super easy and super delicious. They’re especially delicious with whiskied pears and thyme on top. Sweet, salty and pork-y. The pears and thyme add a nice taste of fall and the whiskey adds just the right amount of boozy flavor.

It’s one of those get-home-late-and-throw-down-dinner-in-20-minutes kind of recipes. If you’re weirded out by combining fruit and pork products, you shouldn’t be. Lots of barbecue sauces and glazes are sweet and fruit-based. It’s just plain good.

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5 Comments

  1. Sounds absolutely perfect for a fall night! Pork and fruit are delicious; as are booze and thyme! Thank you!

  2. I’ll admit, I have an aversion to pork chops (perhaps my mothers methodology of cooking is the reason) but THESE look fantastic and with a nice helping of that sauce. I may be a convert after this.

  3. My partner and I made this delicious dish last night. It was perfect. The whiskey came through and was a perfect partner with the pork and pears. I absolutely loved it. Do be careful with the salt though. Between the stock and salting the pork chops, I found ours a bit too salty and will reduce it next time. We had them with fingerling potatoes.

  4. You had me at pork chops.
    And whiskey.
    Then over the top at pears.
    Then like :O at thyme.

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