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Skillet 'Pork N Beans'

side view pork


The finished product.

I have to say I am really proud of my photos. I have been practicing, can’t you tell?



skillet pork and beans



Sometimes I create my best meals when I stand in front of the cupboards wondering what to make. I had some pork chops thawing and I had no idea what to make with them. Opened the cupboard, saw beans and went on my merry way. I just tossed all this in the pan and called it good.


pork skillet 2


I am actually quite proud of how it turned out -despite my blurry photo. I am still learning my camera and still working on reading through “Tasty Food Photography” & trying to figure out Lightroom. YUM eating is a work in process 🙂
plated pork


After looking at this photo I realize I need some new placemats. These are my great-grandmothers dishes. I am so happy to finally have a reason for using them!

Skillet ‘Pork N Beans’

Chrystal @ YUMeating.com


  • 2 - thick cut bone-in pork chops
  • 1 onion - quartered and chopped
  • 1 can great northern beans
  • butter
  • lemon juice
  • Worcestershire sauce
  • black pepper
  • no-salt seasoning
  • cast iron skillet


  • Turn oven on to broil.
  • Layer the onions on the bottom of the cast iron skillet.
  • Add a few pats of butter.
  • Splash the onions with lemon juice. How much is determined by how much you like lemon juice.
  • Sprinkle with pepper.
  • Add the can of beans on top of the onion.
  • Place the pork chops on top of the beans.
  • Splash with Worcestershire sauce.
  • Sprinkle with more pepper and no-salt seasoning if desired.
  • Place under broiler. Flip every 3-5 minutes until pork is done.
  • Heat thermometer should indicated 160 degrees.




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