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Full Baked

So, yesterday was super enjoyable. We had lunch with William's grandmother, mom, siblings, and uncle who flew in from up north. He has the best family. Biggest, too. He has ten siblings. Yes, ten. And no, they aren't Pentecostal. I grew up basically an only kid (my three siblings were around 18 when I was born). That said, it's a wild experience for me come holiday time. Or really any family get together.. tons of loud stimulation. Never a dull (or quiet) moment. I do treasure every one of them, all fifty or so.

After lunch we did some shopping. Hey-oh! I feel like I haven't been "real" shopping in forever. Granted, it was basically window shopping downtown, but it still felt nice. I usually hibernate super hard during the winter, but yesterday was in the mid sixties and just lovely. I am so terrible at uploading pictures or I would share some. I haven't even posted any Christmas photos. My name is Jade and I am a slacker. That is step one. Admiting. Or, so I hear.

Anyprocrastinatingismyjam, here is my baked pork chop recipe. I made some yummy homemade mac and cheese tonight. It was delish beyond belief. I haven't uploaded those pics, obvs. So, this must suffice. By baking the pork chops, they come out very tender. Like fork cutting tender. Relatedly and unrelatedly at the same time, Tenderheart was always my favorite Carebear. Just putting that out there.

Baked Pork Chops

|| ingredients ||
4 center cut Pork Chops
1 tablespoon Butter
Garlic Salt
Garlic Powder
Lemon Pepper
Cajun Spice (optional)

- Preheat oven to 350 degrees.

- Put pork chops in a 9x13 baking dish. I used my Pampered Chef Rectangular Baker. Season tops with desired amount of salt, pepper, garlic powder, lemon pepper, and Cajun spice. Flip pork chops over. Pour enough water to cover the bottom of the dish. Lift up pork chops so that the water gets underneath. Season tops again with spices.

-Cut thin slices of butter and put on top of the pork chops. I used my garlic herb butter from the freezer. Yum.

-Bake in oven for an hour covered. Uncover and bake for another 10-15.



  1. This looks easy and delicious. I'll be trying this on my husband this weekend. Thanks for sharing.

    1. I forgot to cover the pork chops and it came out delicious ! Will make this again covering it!

    2. Same! Lol I'll try to remember to cover them next time. I pray they turn out okay.

  2. trying this tonight for my wonderful hard working husband:-) it sounds delicious. Can't wait to see how we like it. Thank you<3

  3. I'm making it now. Didn't have lemon pepper seasoning, but put some lemon juice in the water. Also, onkybusing two butterfly pork chops. We will see! ��

  4. I made these for my wife and son, but I had to add a good slash of Worcestershire to the water....mmmmm good, they were a smash. Thanks for the recipe.

  5. Made these tonight (first time ever making pork chops) with apple sauce (of course), cheesy rice, and green beans. I think I over-seasoned, so I will have to take it easy next time. They also came out a little rough & dry, but may have been my cut or quality of meat. Will definitely be making them again! Overall yummy dinner


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