I finally found the pork chop recipe online. Here it is. I use Goya Bitter Orange Marinade instead of the oranges and Goya Adobo instead of the Dry Rub recipe because I always have both on hand. I put four chop and half a bottle of marinade in a large plastic zip bag in the morning and cook them that night.
Remember to watch, "Viva, Daisy!" tomorrow! Here's a preview. I'm salavating just watching:
Speaking of salavating. Here's Lucky and Aggie this morning while waiting patiently for their slice of turkey bacon. We told Aggie to get in her bed. Lucky does what Aggie does. Since he's deaf he depends on her to show him what to do. It's funny because his bed is right next to hers but he evidently thought that he had to get in the same bed with her in order to get his half of the bacon.
I finally drove up to Countrywool in Hudson yesterday to pick up the hats and afghan Claudia had. Some of her students and customers knit them and they're awesome. Imagine trumpets, confetti and streamers. Our total for the hat drive is..... 227! Mostly hats, some mittens, some scarves and one huge warm afghan! You all rock! Thank you so much for supporting this endeavor and feel free to send me hats as long as we live here. I'll get them to those that need them.