I'd recently posted, but for you "non shooty" types that probably looked at that one and went "oh brother, it's another rifle, where's the pork!", here's something for you.
Just a little dry rub/seasoning mix that's out of this world on pork. It's Partner's creation as a seasoning for meat and I had it once dining at Stately Grime Manor and coerced him out of the recipe (note to PETA: No men were harmed in the obtaining of this recipe).
For a simple dinner after work, about a teaspoon of this mixed into some chopped sweet onion, tossed with (about 1/3 the amount of) panko bread crumbs, then stuffed into the middle of a three pork chops, secured with toothpicks and then lightly seared with a bit of olive oil and braised with a bit of liquid (water or broth with a splash of ACV or white wine) on the stove. It makes enough for many meals and can be stored at room temperature in a sealed jar.
1/4 cup salt (I use Himilayan Pink Salt).
1/4 cup sweet or hot paprika
1 tablespoon dry mustard
1 tablespoon onion powder
1 tablespoon tellecherry black pepper
2 teaspoons white pepper
2 teaspoons garlic powder
1 Tablespoon chipotle powder
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I'll try again, because now that the Evict Lyme Raffle is done with the outstanding efforts of Jennifer and EvylRobot and the contributions of so many good hearted bloggers, there's one last little push. It's the Bonnie's Final Push Surgery Fund. It is organized by our good friend Erin Palette (Erin's posts may not always be work safe but if there ever was a friend I had that I would be safe with, it's Erin).
Bonnie (Squeaky Wheel Blog) is close to her goal, but honestly folks, expenses with surgery are always are more than budgeted, even having insurance as she does. (My knee fallout with Squirrel Coverage was still a couple thousand out of pocket) so any extra you can donate beyond her goal amount will be put to good use in her recovery.