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Yum, I love Pork Chops and Taters. I use a skillet and a little olive oil. Heat the pan til oil is pretty hot, you want to sear the pork chops when they hit the pan for about 2 minutes on each side. Then reduce heat to a simmer, add about a 1/4 inch of liquid to the pan. (I use water) Simmer until cooked. Do not overcook as they can become very dry quickly. That's why I add the water and turn the burner to low.
Also, I make this at least once a month;
Cut chops into 3 to 4" strips
Peel a few potatoes, diced (white preferred)
Put olive oil in skillet (get hot)
Add potatoes, searing the outside
Add pork strips, sear for 2 minutes on each side or to desired brownness.
Reduce heat to simmer
Add water to cover the bottom of the pan
Let them cook slowly while you watch your favorite show or mix up a salad!
Web site designers create Web pages for display on a monitor, not for
users to print on 8.5- x 11-inch pieces of paper. This becomes obvious
the first time you try to print a Web page. Content you need may get
chopped off by the right printer margin, whereas content you don’t
need, such as the site’s copyright information, will print on its own
sheet of paper. Fortunately, you can avoid such problems with a little
Before printing any Web page, open Internet
Explorer’s File menu and select Print Preview. The current Web page
will appear on-screen exactly as it will print on paper. Scan the
preview carefully. If it appears that some content is chopped off by
the right margin, click the Page Setup button located directly to the
right of the Print button in the upper-left corner of the Print Preview
window. In the resulting Page Setup dialog box, adjust the left and
right margins so that each is set to 0.25 inches. The extra inch of
space you gain by resetting the margins should provide just enough room
to accommodate all of the content on most sites. Click OK to save the
changes and return to the Print Preview window.
Next, scan the
preview to determine which pages contain the content you want to print.
Take note of those pages and click the Print button in the upper-left
corner of the Print Preview window. Locate the Print Range heading and
select the Pages option. Type the number of the first page you want to
print in the From field and type the number of the last page you want
to print in the To field. For instance, if you want to print just the
first three pages of a Web page’s content, type 1 in the From field and
type 3 in the To field. If your browser doesn’t have To and From
fields, type the range of pages (such as 1-3) in the corresponding
field. Make sure your printer has paper and click Print.
You can download the user manual for the DFP-11 from http://www.cuisinart.com/parts/food_processors/dfp-11.html
Click on the "download user manual" hypertext link on the right under the processor picture. You need to have Adobe Reader loaded to be able to read the manual.
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Your expert patiently talked me through several possibilities. Finally, in the print set-up window, I clicked on Properties in the upper right and made all my printing choices there. I still got a border, even though I didn't want one, but it was all the way around the photo...not on two sides, and the photo was not chopped off.