Day 6:: Pork Chops & Apples

Pork chops and apples? Yes, please. Serve it up with this salad or a butternut squash soup and green beans and you’ve a perfect Sunday dinner.

The Recipe

-2 tablespoons butter
-6 pork chops
-4 apples
-1/4 cup brown sugar
-1/2 teaspoon cinnamon

To do:

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees. Grease or spray a large baking dish. Slice apples and place in the bottom of the dish sprinkling cinnamon and sugar over them. In a pan, melt the butter and brown pork on both sides. Place pork chops over the apples and put in the oven until internal temperature measures 145°.

The Discussion

If you could have picked your own name, what would you have chosen?

The Daily Tip

When we first started doing regular family dinners, we’d almost always have someone jumping up to fill their water glass. Because we wanted to make dinner a special time where we could share and relax together without interruptions, we started adding a glass pitcher to the center of the table. When I have lemon or lime to add, the kids feel even more special.

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  • What great meal inspirations and tips! So glad to be participating in The Nester's 31-Day challenge with you and so many other great women. Having SO much fun blog-hopping and getting to know some of my neighbors, too.

  • Yes! This was the first pork recipe I ever tried because I've always been terrified of dry and tasteless pork. The first time around, I started checking with my meat thermometer after about 20 minutes so I could get a feel for the amount of time it would take in my oven. I love my meat thermometer. Best less than $5.00 purchase in the kitchen.