How to Make Pan-Seared Pork Chops and Corn Fritters

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Hosts Julia Collin Davison and Bridget Lancaster uncover the secrets to making perfect Pan-Seared Thick-Cut Boneless Pork Chops. Then, tasting expert Jack Bishop challenges Julia to a tasting of white wine vinegar. Finally, test cook Keith Dresser makes Bridget foolproof Corn Fritters.

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Doug Decloux says:

The horizontal cuts must come first!!!!

Debbie Baker says:

I've found that pepper added before cooking meats gets bitter.

Bill K. says:

That sure looked good. Thanks for sharing.

VINCENT Giaccone says:

Great recipes

kathy berrier says:

I'll go for rice wine vinegar anytime.

Paula Lusk says:

Great recipes. I'm going to try the corn fritters tomorrow night. Thank you

Steven Vicino says:

I'm thinking about roasted corn on the cob or even Mexican street corn. Anyway it all sounds great.

Rita Connolly says:

What can you use instead of a food processor if you don't have one

Bill Parrish says:

I thought that pork had to get to 160%

Sky Blue says:

Great video ladies, the only thing better than watching the vid was preparing the pork chops and fritters in our kitchen. Oh, it's so good.

Natasha Jordan says:

Amazing recipes. I just switched out the regular eggs with plant based Just eggs and OMG I ate almost 16 patties. #dontjudgeme🤣🤣🤣🤣

Michael Gorogianis says:

I use lard to cook boneless chops seasoning with s&p, rosemary and oregano. Serve with roasted potato wedges. The corn fritters look delicious.

kyoung2918 says:

Where are y'all hiding Keith? You should definitely have him on more!! Lol

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Irondo11 says:

I love Pepin's quick corn fritter…super simple and quick, incorporating these additional flavors.

dalex60 says:

The horizontal cuts on the onion chopping are pointless and unnecessary since the onion grows in layers and those layers are in the horizontal position when slicing… S T O O P I D ! ! !

Tito Tim Travels says:

No matter how much applesauce you dump on it – applesauce is a horrid thing to do to pork. I never understood it. I grew up thinking I hated pork chops… nope… mom just had old school bad recipes ha ha 😎

David Thomas says:

Are the roasted peppers for the pork chop sauce from jarred?

Jody Perkins Dalton says:

I want to try those corn fritters omg those look great but what else besides maple syrup can I use in sauce not a fan of maple syrup????

Regina Hildebrand says:

Love watching you both you are such a joy to watch

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