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I am a northerner through and through but I can humbly admit that the southerners have won the food wars. I mean, seriously, those folks are great cooks. They are all about the butter, gravy, and bacon. Oh, and they make mighty fine pork chops! This recipe will totally blow your mind because it is for an authentic southern fried pork chop meal. The chops come out tender, savory, and very tasty. You also get to whip up yourself some yummy rice with brown gravy to boot! Now, what can possibly be better than that?
As I stated, i am a northerner as I was raised in Michigan my entire life and now I live in Western Pennsylvania. However, I was born in Houston, Texas. According to Blanche Devaroe of The Golden Girls, that makes me an official southern Belle. Do you ladies of the south agree with this sentiment? LOL I’m sure I probably got some boos from the crowd but that’s okay because I’m about ready to make these here southern pork chops 🙂
Recipe and photo courtesy of Group Recipes.
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