Tuesday, December 3, 2013

A Wench for Tuesday - Recipe from Sloane Taylor

Pork chops aren't the only thing Sloane Taylor can make sizzle.  Don't believe, check out her books.  Make sure you have an ice pack handy when you do!

Studs is my partner for life and his favorite food is pork chops. Unfortunately for him that is not a meat I cook well. In fact, most of the time you could chew your shoe sole and have a more tender dinner.  I’m constantly on the quest to cook the perfect pork chop because after all these years that cut of meat has become my nemesis. Under the guidance of my awesome butcher Raoul, from Walt’s Food Centers, I have finally achieved a recipe that has worked consistently for moist and tender chops. I even dared to serve this dish to guests and they loved it. I hope you do, too.

 Grilled Bone-in Thick Pork Chops

2 – 1¼ to 1½” pork chops

1 cup olive oil maybe a little more

¼ cup white wine

4 sage leaves or 1 tbsp. dried sage

6 thyme sprigs or ½ tbsp. dried thyme

2 gloves garlic pressed or chopped fine

Freshly ground pepper to taste

Combine all ingredients in a glass or ceramic bowl. Set in the refrigerator for 2 -3 hours.
Remove chops from the refrigerator 1 hour before grilling.
Grease grill grates with olive oil. Preheat grill to medium-high.
Grill chops 7 minutes per side.
Tent with aluminum foil. Let rest 5 - 7 minutes, then serve.

Here's a little from my latest release to satisfy your other tastes.

Never mix business with pleasure, unless pleasure is your business.

 Photojournalist Emily Peters gives herself the perfect birthday gift - a weekend in Paris. Her excitement builds when she hits the scene of the exclusive S&G Club. Exposing the truth behind their private pleasure chambers and the elite who frequent them will be the diamond in her career crown. At least Em thinks so until she’s tied up in knots by the Devil himself.

British restaurateur Nicholas Caine visits Paris to check on his S&G Club investment and to sample its many benefits. Nick’s not on the hunt until he encounters a tiger that pretends to be a kitten. There’s no doubt she’ll satisfactorily flex her claws given the right incentive.

What starts as a prime photo opportunity evolves into a weekend of erotic fantasies as Nick awakens Emily’s dark passions.

To read an adult excerpt from PHOTO Op! please click HERE.

To read excerpts from the other erotic romances by Sloane Taylor, please click HERE.

Sloane Taylor believes humor and sex are healthy aspects of our everyday lives and carries that philosophy into her books. She writes sexually explicit romances that take you right into the bedroom. Being a true romantic, all her stories have a happy ever after.

Her books are set in Europe where the men are all male and the North American women they encounter are both feminine and strong. They also bring more than lust to their men’s lives.

Learn more about Sloane Taylor on her website, and her blog for easy recipes. Stay connected on Facebook and Twitter.


Sara Daniel said...

I say we need to see your butcher Raoul as a book hero. He can save the heroine chef from her pork chop nemesis!!

Sara Daniel said...

Of course, the heroine will ultimately save herself and him with her amazing cooking skills. And they will live happily ever after (and, because it's a Sloane Taylor book, have an amazing sex life!!).

Sloane Taylor said...

Sexy Sara, you're CRAZY, but you have a terrific idea.:) Raoul would be the perfect yummy hero. Maybe that's why I buy all that good meat. lol. Thanks for coming out.

Sloane Taylor said...

THANK YOU for the wonderful surprise, Lizzie! You've made my day.:)

Lizzie said...

Trying to get back on track, Sloane and given the cold wave moving in to our area today thought your sizzle would heat things up!

susan Lodge said...

Wish I had an awesome butcher !
Photo Op sound like it has knots .. I mean lots of steamy action.

Sharon Ledwith said...

You know what would be awesome? Sloane creating a cook book using all her characters! Can you imagine? Smart marketing, me thinks! And Raoul could make a guest appearance! LOL! Best wishes for a stellar and savory publishing career, Sloane! Hugs!

Vonnie said...

Pretty much always grill my pork chops this way, Sloane, but have never packed them in foil. I guess this has a tenderising effect but you still have the yummy grilled taste?

Eleni Konstantine said...

Nearly dinner time here - now I'm hungry!!