In my opinion, nothing screams of summer quite like the smell of a sweet juicy sun kissed peach. Add a grill and a few pork loin chops to the equation along with a drizzle of good balsamic vinegar and you'll find perfection on a plate. It is darned easy on the cook too.
We've Williams-Sonoma to thank for last night's inspiration although their recipe calls for a basil garnish that I didn't have, but no matter. It is perfectly acceptable without.
Simply pork loin chops seasoned with salt and pepper, then brought to room temperature before they hit the grill, the real flavor quotient's fresh from the tree peaches, quartered and splashed with a little oil and maple syrup then grilled for 60 seconds until golden. Finished with a touch of balsamic vinegar and a dusting of freshly ground black pepper, they are a perfect accompaniment to moist and tender pork chops. Throw in a tossed salad and dinner's cooked in under 10 minutes. Here's the link to the recipe and just so you know, I'd be inclined to try it with chicken or halibut or even salmon too. In fact, I'm going to do just that.