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Old 06-10-2005, 10:13 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by jkath
RP - would you mind getting that recipe from your mom? That sounds like one of those "ulitmate comfort foods"!

Mitch, I am so impressed with your hunger for knowledge! You must also be a very good student in school. Good job, buddy.
This is what I got from Mom. First brown the pork chops in a frying pan (I never recall her using anything but normal size pork shops, never thick cut ones) . Then arrange in a single layer in a baking dish. Cut apples in half accross the core and remove core. Then place one half apple ( cut side down) on each chop. Fill the hole where the core was removed with brown sugar. Pour enough milk in the pan to cover the bottom of the pan about 1/4". Bake uncovered at 325 F for about 45 minutes... the time can vary to depending on the thickness of the chops. After cooking, remove the meat and apples, then make pan gravy from the drippings. We generally have this with mashed potatoes.

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