Skillet seared pork chops bathed in an apple and brandy sauce is a quick one pot weeknight meal.
I’m a in control, make a plan kind of girl. I love to research and analyze anything and everything. It can drive me a bit nuts sometimes. Luckily for me, my husband is the opposite. He is a go with the flow, see what happens type of guy. One thing that we both love to do when we are away is get off the beaten path.
We were lucky enough to get away for our Anniversary. My parents kept the little munchkin and we enjoyed a couple of nights alone in Asheville, NC. One of the near by shop owners told us about an apple festival in a nearby town. Since it was on our way home, we decided to stop. It ended up being a fun little detour. We got a peck of apples. I just love using that term. I hadn’t the faintest idea “peck” was still used. It was really quaint and a great way to end our adult only weekend.
Since I had an entire peck of apples, I had to do something with them. I’ve got a sweet recipe coming up for you but I really wanted a savory dish too. Since apples and pork are natural partners, just like my husband and I, I decided to go with it. I added a little brandy to give the sauce a little zing. A little zing is important in a relationship and a recipe. I also cooked it in our cast-iron pan so it was an easy clean up too. I love an easy clean up dinner almost as much as I love my husband.
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