Friday 24 August 2018

My Own Style Pork Chop Dinner.

On a haze free day, we get to enjoy clean fresh air and clear blue sky. Sky view from from my side garden one morning.
 Quickly took out my phone camera to capture these streaks of white in the blue sky. 
 Morning sky at 8.30 am.
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I had 4 russet potatoes in my fridge.
I don't know why I bought them in the first place!
Now have to think of ways to cook them.
 2 russet potatoes ended up in a pot of boiling water. I should have used 1 instead of 2 potatoes because they were really big ones. When cooked, I peeled off the skin and cut into eight pieces each. Sprinkled salt and black pepper over the potato pieces.
I fried a few pieces of pork slices which I have pre-marinated and pan fried some big onion rings, garlic and tomatoes. I didn't follow any recipe, whatever came to my mind I just follow.
Then I opened a can of Campbell's chicken soup.
 Used some of the canned chicken soup to make this sauce for the pork chop and the potatoes.
Poured some of the sauce over the potato pieces.
 Photo taken before the sauce was poured over the potato pieces and the pork chop. This was my own style of pork chop dinner. All the cooking experts will faint (pengsan!). We couldn't finish all of these. We kept the leftover for the next day's lunch.
Sunset at 7.30 pm.
Just in time to enjoy this beautiful sunset after our dinner.

Linking to Skywatch Friday.

Work happily together. Don't try to act big.
Don't try to get into the good graces of important people,
but enjoy the company of ordinary folks.
And don't think you know it all!
(Romans 12:16, The Living Bible-TLB)


  1. Such a satisfying and yummy meal! The sunset shot looks really cool.

  2. When you have the haze, we tend to miss and treasure the clear blue sky

    Have a good weekend

  3. Love all your pics.
    That is an interesting dish,
    I haven't tried something like that.


  4. Lovely blue sky.

    Wow. Chinese styled pork chop. ^^

  5. I see so many pieces of pork chop. understandable that 2 persons cannot finish eating so much in 1 dinner. I can eat the potatoes with no gravy.

  6. ..this looks good, my wife makes a similar dish.

  7. Love the sky and the chops look delicious. Have a good weekend, Diane

  8. Wow Nancy. What a wonderful dinner you created. Everything looks fantastic. See ya.

    Cruisin Paul

  9. Lovely sky shots!

    Happy Day to you,
    A ShutterBug Explores

  10. Great shots of that beautiful blue sky and oh my on your dinner. That looks most delicious.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Nancy. ♥

  11. The pork chop and potato do look good and must taste good too, no worries!

    I miss my mom's pork chop, nowadays she seldom cook pork chop, her own style too

    1. Thank you, Libby! I am sure your mom makes very delicious pork chops!

  12. It looks wonderful, such a delicious looking meal. The skies are beautiful.

  13. It looks really yummy to me! Forget the experts, the only thing that matters is if it tastes good to us. I also have some baking potatoes that I need to use up. The white streaks look like jet trails!

  14. Beautiful skies, and such delicious looking food as you cook!

  15. Beautiful sky shots! I really like the 7:30 PM sunset capture. Have a nice weekend!

  16. You are a creative cook. I love potatoes. My wife does such a good job with them also.
    Great scripture
    Have a blessed weekend!

    1. Thank you, Yogi! Have a blessed weekend too!

  17. Loved the pretty blue sky with white traces!

  18. Muy buena tu comida y los cielos preciosos. Un beso.

  19. You are better than me, mine will be no eye see...

  20. Fun to see your home cooking which looks as good as your restaurant meals do! it looks very pretty around your home .

  21. But that looks very good indeed.


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