Windows in my spare time.

It has been awhile since I’ve made a note to you.  We have been busy with the new farm store, new wholesale accounts, setting up a spot in Uniquely Yours Treasure Store in Corsicana and being in the kitchen.  I have been in the kitchen alot over the past couple of months and I thank all of you for that. We are preparing to be at the Texas State Fair this year so be sure and come see us at the Food and Fiber Pavillion. That being said I’ve taken a small break this weekend and stayed home and enjoyed the rain.

I am going to share pictures with you of what I enjoy doing.  I like to let my creative side out when I have a few minutes.

I will have about 15 of these available for sale at the upcoming Vintage Market Days at Southfork Ranch on Sept. 9 – 11th. This is not something I typically offer but will at this show. Or course they are available at the Farm Store if you are interested.

 

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Crock Pot Pork Chops

4 center cut boneless pork chops
1 small white onion
1 red bell pepper
2 teaspoons C & J Farms Garlic Pepper
Himalayan Pink Sea Salt

Crock pot pork chop 2

Sauce
4 tablespoons ketchup
2 tablespoons Bar B Q sauce
1 tablespoon A1 sauce
¼ cup of water

Chop in large pieces your onion and bell pepper.  I used red you can use which ever pepper you like. Once chopped put these in the bottom of your crock pot.

Prepare your pork chops with the Pink Salt and C & J Farms Garlic Pepper. Sprinkle both sides of chops liberally.  Put them in a heated skillet with light oil to brown.  While the chops are browning mix the sauce.  Take all ingredients and combine them in a bowl and stir.

Once the pork chops are browned put these on top of the vegetables in the crock pot. Then put the sauce on top of the chops.  Cover and let cook on low between 5 and 7 hours or until the chops are fork tender.

Serve with rice or potatoes’ and use the sauce on everything.