Jazz Up Your Chops

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Next time you're searing pork chops, heat a few sprigs of hearty herbs (like sage or rosemary) in the oil and cook the meat right on top of them. The herbs will subtly flavor the meat as it cooks. Check out these  Braised Pork Chops with Sage (pictured above) from Food Network Magazine.

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