Maze of our mind

So after running around the woods for a while, the party made it through the correct, purple, gate. The gate, however, did not lead them to the Feywild. It led them to the keeper of the true gate, a sphinx. The sphinx created a magical dessert around the party and asked them several riddles. The party displayed amazing intelligence and successfully answered all of the sphinx’s questions. The guardian allowed them to pass into the feywild. They ventured onto the university where they learned of a student who had gone missing when studying an evil book. After considerable deliberation the dean of religious studies allowed the party to study the book. After a few pages were turned, the book sprung a magical trap, throwing the party into a pocket dimension. They found the missing student and he had gone completely mad. He tried to kill himself but he only reappeared! It seems that death does not kill you here, it just drives you slowly mad. The party found themselves on a floating block with 4 other blocks of various sized chained to it with giant chains. They made their way along one of the chains to a small block with 4 other larger blocks floating around it. Entering into the block they found themselves jumping through portals into different mazes. They have been fighting minotaurs and getting very tired. They hope the end of this hellish portal maze is in sight.

Hawaiian style stuffed pork chops

These are tasty chops that are great on the grill.

6 boneless pork chops
1 small tin pinaple (pieces)
6 slices of mozzarella cheese
teriyaki sauce
soy sauce

Start by making a pocket in the pork chops.  Using a small, sharp knife, stab into the side of the pork chop.  Slide the knife back and forth without cutting through the other side of the chop.  You don’t want to butterfly the chop.

Once you have made a pocket, stuff the cheese and a few pieces of pineapple into each chop.  Put the chops in a marinating dish.  drizzle some soy sauce on the chops.  Pour a generous amount of teriyaki sauce on the chops.  Pour the pineapple juice from the tin on the chops.  Let them sit for at least 1 hour, turning after 30.  You can have them marinate for up to 8 hours.  The longer the better.

Grill the chops on medium high heat for about 4-5 minutes a turn (that means 8-10 mins per side).  For more information on how to turn your meat on the BBQ, see my post on how to cook a steak here.  When you first put the chops on the grill brush with some of the marinate.  Brush again after each turn.

Pull the chops off the grill, cover with tin foil and let the meat rest for 5-10 minutes before serving.  You can use the leftover pineapple for fruit salad.  You can ask the Lady of the Lake for her fruit salad recipe.

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