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Lavender-Crusted Pork Chop

Lavender-Crusted Pork Chop


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Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5-10 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Servings: 1

Ingredients:
1 thick-cut, bone-in pork chop
1 tablespoon dried lavender
1 tablespoon dried oregano
1 pat of butter
Salt
Chili flakes

Directions:
1. Season pork chop with lavender, oregano, salt and chili flakes to taste. Cover both sides and edges thoroughly.

2. Heat sauté pan and olive oil on medium-high heat until the oil moves on its own or just begins to smoke.

3. Sear pork chop 4 to 5 minutes on each side — depending on the thickness of the chop and temperature of your pan — until nicely browned on both sides.

TIP: When placing (or flipping) your chop, lay it down so that the last edge of the chop to touch the pan is the furthest from you. This will prevent hot oil from splattering on you.

4. Add the pat of butter to the pan and baste the pork chop.

5. Continue cooking until browned well on both sides. For medium-well, the chop should be firm to the touch.

6. Let rest for 5 minutes and serve.

A simple salad or some quick-sautéed greens are the perfect compliment to this rich and flavorful chop.

View the original post, Lavender-Crusted Pork Chop, on Spoon University.

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Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.


Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.


Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.


Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.


Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.


Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.


Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.


Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.


Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.


Sleeping and Dining in Ortisei, Val Gardena, Dolomites, Italy

Hotel Garni Snaltnerhof is very conveniently located on the main square of Ortisei with the bus stop just in front.

Rooms are simple but comfortable. Peter, the ever helpful manager, put us in the new section explaining that the rooms were finished just the week before. They still smelled of fresh cut timber as they are furnished with rustic pine tables and cupboards.

This first week in July has been particularly hot, and with no air conditioning or even a fan the room is quite warm at night. The large window that opens on to the main square doesn’t provide much relief on a windless night.

If you are a light sleeper the rooms overlooking the main square are bit noisy with the windows open. Number 5 is particularly problematic as the bright light from the restaurant shines through the window until closing time.

Breakfast

Breakfast is a nice spread of great breads and pastries – the hotel has an in-house bakery – along with the usual cold items such as meats, cheeses, yogurt and cereal, as well as fresh made scrambled (prepared by Peter) and boiled eggs. Coffee is from a machine and is good.

Peter is the real gem of this establishment. A charming young man that makes everything work and although continuously busy always seems to have time to answer questions, give trail advice and throw your clothes in the wash.

The wifi is good but maybe spotty in certain parts of the hotel. According to Peter they are upgrading the bandwidth leading to the town in the near future which should improve the quality.



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