... it's best to throw some stuffing in their mouths to prevent escalation. Pork chops can administer a painful bite, you know.
In this case, I just happened to have some stuffing handy, made from onions, apples, ground pork and Gorgonzola cheese. To further entice the chop, I added sage, thyme and oregano.
Fortunately, I was able to react in time to the crisis and no one was harmed.
|Pork chop attacks are one of the most dangerous things about cooking. While not as vicious as a fully-enraged rib roast, the fact that chops are so unpredictable means you need to be especially watchful around them.|