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PORK- FIRST NEWLY WED DINNER Recipe

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The first dinner I cooked for Denny after we got married Jan.29 1963

4 1/2 INCH THICK PORK CHOPS
OIL
1 CAN CREAM MUSHROOM SOUP
WHOLE MILK-USE CAN FOR MEASURE
SALT AND PEPPER

Directions:
Directions:
Heat heavy frying pan, add just enough oil to make a film on surface. Salt and pepper pork chops, and brown in pan on both sides. Remove meat to a plate, to pan, stir in canned soup, stir about 1 minute and add 3/4 soup can of milk. Stir and return pork chops to pan with juices from plate. Cover and simmer on very low heat about 1 hour until fork tender.

Serve with mashed potatoes, mushroom soup in pan with chops, is the gravy, may need to add a little more milk. I served canned string beans, with browned bacon and onions with it, and bread and butter. In 1963 everyone had a plate of bread and butter on the table. I bet we had a glass of milk too. Bread and butter and milk to drink were the usual back then.

 

 

 

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