Pan Fried Pork Chop Recipe


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Old man Cooking - Today we make fried Pork Chops. Nothing fancy just regular old Fried Pork chops.


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I have been searching for years for a foolproof method of cooking pork chops and finally found it. These are wonderfully moist and very tasty.

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