Tag: pork recipes

French Onion Pork Burgers

We are beef people. Yes, I said it. Now, in my defense, I grew up around cattle and my dad has worked with cattle in some respect or another for most of my life! Chicken probably comes next in our arsenal of meat with Pork bringing up the rear. Now, that doesn’t mean we don’t like pork, it just typically isn’t at the top of our list.

The Meat of It

That being said, we have go through our half beef faster now than normal!  The boys are growing and eating more, so most ground beef recipes require 2 lbs! Because of this we have been forced to eat other meat and try new things to make things stretch until late summer/early fall when we get our next half.   Enter pork!  When friends of ours gifted us with some pork I decided to try a new recipe. I tried a similar recipe with ground beef quite a few years ago, but decided to give my ground pork a spin-off of that recipe.


Beer Soaked Pork Chops

Beer, pork…hello? How can that not equal good? The other morning I set out with a package of frozen boneless pork ribeyes and knew that I didn’t want to do our normal grilling (grill with Cavender’s seasoning) and wondered what I could come up with fast (I needed to leave for work in a matter of 5 minutes).  These Beer Soaked Pork Chops seemed to come together on their own!  I looked in my fridge and cupboards and decided what the heck, let’s give this a try!

Beer Soaked Pork Chops
Recipe type: Pork
Cuisine: American
  • 2 Boneless Ribeye Pork Chops
  • 8-10 ounces lime flavored beer
  • garlic powder
  • onion powder
  • salt
  • pepper
  1. Pour the beer into a shallow dish and season with garlic and onion powder, salt and pepper. Place pork chops in beer mixture and allow to marinate for at least 5 hours.
  2. Grill to an internal temperature of 165.