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  • Christel W

    DRUNKEN PORK CHOPS - uses only a few ingredients - beer, brown sugar, ketchup, some cornstarch and water to thicken it up. Serve with mashed potatoes or over rice... 10-19-12 - Made this tonight for supper and love how it turned out - fork-tender and delicious. I used 3 lbs. of bone-in pork chops and Yuengling Black & Tan. I simmered them on low-med about a 1/2 hour longer than the recipe says. CW

  • Sherri Ruffner

    Drunken Pork Chops - absolutely SCRUMPTIOUS! This will become a staple in your meal planning, guaranteed. #pork #meat #porkchops

  • Melynda Beterbide

    Drunken Pork Chops - only 3 ingredients for the sauce: beer, ketchup, brown sugar. Try using Heinz Chili Sauce instead of ketchup. No beer? Use apple cider vinegar for a spicy/sweet glaze that kicks butt on meatloaf too!

  • Phyllis Watjen

    Drunken Pork Chops! Dinner tonight!

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