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America's test kitchen has on a very good looking, and hopefully tasting
stovetop "barbecued pork" dish. Check out:

http://www.americastestkitchen.com/c...eadedporkchops

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On 2009-09-26, l, not -l wrote:

On 26-Sep-2009, "Theron" wrote:

America's test kitchen has on a very good looking, and hopefully tasting
stovetop "barbecued pork" dish. Check out:

http://www.americastestkitchen.com/c...eadedporkchops

Ed


Either the link is in error or we have vastly different ideas of what
constitutes barbecue. The link is to a recipe for "shake and bake" pork
chops. Even allowing for the wide misuse of the term barbecue, a baked, or
even pan fried, pork chop isn't barbecue. Please provide an updated link.


Theron mis-quoted the link. It was for "crunchy pork chops" not bbq.
Besides, ATK is so far away from anything resembling good cooking,
it's no surprise they would try and improve upon shake n bake.

nb


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On 2009-09-26, l, not -l wrote:

On 26-Sep-2009, "Theron" wrote:

America's test kitchen has on a very good looking, and hopefully tasting
stovetop "barbecued pork" dish. Check out:

http://www.americastestkitchen.com/c...eadedporkchops

Ed


Either the link is in error or we have vastly different ideas of what
constitutes barbecue. The link is to a recipe for "shake and bake" pork
chops. Even allowing for the wide misuse of the term barbecue, a baked,
or
even pan fried, pork chop isn't barbecue. Please provide an updated
link.


Theron mis-quoted the link. It was for "crunchy pork chops" not bbq.
Besides, ATK is so far away from anything resembling good cooking,
it's no surprise they would try and improve upon shake n bake.

nb


As below, Christopher Kimball has the "Indoor Barbecue Pork" recipe on his
site, but has not released it for free viewing as he's supposed. He's a very
greedy marketer.

Sorry for the mistake,

Ed





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On 2009-09-26, Theron wrote:

site, but has not released it for free viewing as he's supposed. He's a very
greedy marketer.


Be careful. I get chastised severely about the head and shoulders
every time I point that out.

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On Sat, 26 Sep 2009 18:56:13 GMT, "l, not -l" wrote:

Either the link is in error or we have vastly different ideas of what
constitutes barbecue. The link is to a recipe for "shake and bake" pork
chops. Even allowing for the wide misuse of the term barbecue, a baked, or
even pan fried, pork chop isn't barbecue. Please provide an updated link.


It was informative all the same. I've never been able to find those
links, so even a wrong link is better than my feeble attempts.

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notbob wrote:

ATK is so far away from anything resembling good cooking, it's no surprise
they would try and improve upon shake n bake.


My experience has been very much to the contrary. I've tried dozens of
recipes from ATK and the only misfire has been a disagreement on what makes
a "perfect" oatmeal cookie.

Bob

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Christine wrote:

notbob wrote:

ATK is so far away from anything resembling good cooking, it's no
surprise they would try and improve upon shake n bake.


My experience has been very much to the contrary. I've tried dozens of
recipes from ATK and the only misfire has been a disagreement on what
makes a "perfect" oatmeal cookie.

Bob


I would agree with Bob. I haven;t tried a lot of their recipes, but
some. And some are truly good. And quite a few folks from rfc think
they are good as well...


I guess it should be surprising that notbob and I agree on ANYTHING.
Shouldn't we be like matter and antimatter?

Bob
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Christine wrote:

I guess it should be surprising that notbob and I agree on ANYTHING.
Shouldn't we be like matter and antimatter?


No. It isn't that stark. Just different tastes.

Bob..not everyone is gonna agree with ya.
I hate to say this...but please stop flaming everyone you disagree
with??? Especially in food threads that start out strong. It doesn't
add anything..and detracts a whole lot.


It was a JOKE about the handle "notbob." You know, the way the word "not" in
many fields (e.g., computer science and formal logic) means "an exact
opposite"? Where did you see a flame?

Bob

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Christine wrote:

Not in this instance, but in many others. It is getting very
tiring... and not needed.


Well, bring it up when it *is* applicable, and I'll think about it.

Bob
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Christine Dabney wrote:
On Sat, 26 Sep 2009 23:08:49 -0700, "Bob Terwilliger"
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I guess it should be surprising that notbob and I agree on ANYTHING.
Shouldn't we be like matter and antimatter?

Bob


No. It isn't that stark. Just different tastes.

Bob..not everyone is gonna agree with ya.
I hate to say this...but please stop flaming everyone you disagree
with??? Especially in food threads that start out strong. It doesn't
add anything..and detracts a whole lot.

Christine

The best thing you can consider is adding booby to the plonk file and
ignore it


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Peter's sockpuppet wrote:

I hate to say this...but please stop flaming everyone you disagree
with??? Especially in food threads that start out strong. It doesn't
add anything..and detracts a whole lot.


The best thing you can consider is adding booby to the plonk file and
ignore it


When a wasted wad like Peter's sockpuppet writes trash like that, I *will*
respond, Christine.

Sockpuppet, we all know who and what you are. Now **** off back to your
"mates."

Bob

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On Sat, 26 Sep 2009 19:13:58 GMT, notbob wrote:

On 2009-09-26, l, not -l wrote:

On 26-Sep-2009, "Theron" wrote:

America's test kitchen has on a very good looking, and hopefully tasting
stovetop "barbecued pork" dish. Check out:

http://www.americastestkitchen.com/c...eadedporkchops

Ed


Either the link is in error or we have vastly different ideas of what
constitutes barbecue. The link is to a recipe for "shake and bake" pork
chops. Even allowing for the wide misuse of the term barbecue, a baked, or
even pan fried, pork chop isn't barbecue. Please provide an updated link.


Theron mis-quoted the link. It was for "crunchy pork chops" not bbq.
Besides, ATK is so far away from anything resembling good cooking,
it's no surprise they would try and improve upon shake n bake.

nb


meh. i'm not a shake 'n' baker, but telling people how they can make their
own, possibly better, mix seems to me to be a service.

your pal,
blake


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The best thing you can consider is adding booby to the plonk file and
ignore it


Significant that you were silent until Peter's party was over and he was
ready to post again.

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