Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Video Demonstration: Pan Fried Pork Chops

After 9 months of blogging, I'm excited to introduce a new feature here at Dinner at Christina's - video demonstrations!

Ever since I posted my pan fried pork chops back in February, Googlers have been pouring in by the hundreds looking for pork chop tips, help, and answers to their confusion. It only seemed appropriate my first video would help some of those stumped by the sometimes daunting pork chop.

Featured is the identical dinner I prepared in the original post: pan fried pork chops with panko breading, homemade rice a roni, and frozen peas. It was our first video (me presenting and Johnny filming/editing), I think we did a pretty good job, and will get better in time! I hope it's helpful and will answer that ever-burning question: "how in the world do I pan fry a pork chop?" Enjoy!

What recipe or cooking technique (previously featured on my site, or not) would you like to see a video demonstration of in the future? I'm very open to any suggestions you might have, especially if I can answer somebody's cooking questions or clarify confusions! Even if it's not something I know, I'll research, try my best, and we can learn together!


dlpiano said...

That looked awesome Christina!
I am very proud of you.
Love, Mommy

Nowheymama said...

How cute are you! It's so much fun to SEE you and your beautiful kitchen. :)

Great job, high-tech blogger (and videographer/editor)!

foodcreate said...

Thanks for sharing your wonderful recipe~~~ Perfect demo!

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Anonymous said...

Great post Christina! Um, can I just say I'd like to cook in your kitchen!

Anytime you want to invite me over to make pizza, I am there! :D

Anonymous said...

1) I LOVE you in video as much as I love you in blog
2) I want to live in your kitchen
3) Fantastic demonstration! Next Foodnetwork Star alert!

Brandi said...

i love the video and that kitchen is amazing!!! I would just live there.

curlytop said...


Hi! I found your blog through Burp & Slurp and just wanted to introduce myself before commenting because my mother instilled a very strict attention to proper etiquitte at a very young age. I’m Emily. :D

Now that I’ve satisfied my inner Emily Post I just have to say that, even as a vegetarian, I found this video quite interesting and very, very well done video. I personally find it quite difficult to avoid getting a bad case of the uhms! ;P

It was so nice to have “met” you! :D
With Love,

Marta said...

Nice idea!!! And LOVELY kitchen! Thanks for taking the time to videotape these tips, they truly are very useful!

Jenn@slim-shoppin said...

Great job Christina! I love your kitchen!!

I like the new feature!