I'm having one of my favorite pork recipes. You start with thinly sliced pork chops. Any pork chops, the only important thing is thin. I like boneless and cut off all the fat so that all that remains is edible and healthy.
Make a marinade of soy sauce, honey and finely chopped brown onion. I like to use part Healthy Boy
brand (Thailand) sweet, thick soy sauce. Buy it online, it's the molasses of the soy sauce world.
After marinating, I broil my pork chops, basting them with the marinade. I like to use a wire grill over a foil covered baking sheet, then pour off the juices and add them to any remaining marinade, then a quick boil for sterilization to turn it into a dipping sauce.
Brown rice and Lima beans will complete my dinner. I really like Lima beans, smothered in butter, salted and heavily peppered. I may chop some green onions on my brown rice, and butter of course.