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Thick bone-in pork chops get the royal treatment with homemade preserved lemon, olives and savory sunchokes.

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Tip: If you remember, rub the chops with the garlic mixture in the morning and let them marinate in the fridge all day before you cook them.

Tip: The preserved lemons need to rest in the fridge for at least a month, but the longer you keep them after that, the better the flavor.

Reprinted with permission from Gluten-Free for Good