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Our family has always eaten a lot of pork chops. I remember my wife’s mother serving them quite often when we were first married. The chops were thinner then, and almost always bone-in. She would pan-fry them so you could just pick them up and eat them in bunches!
These days, though, we prefer thicker chops and although we prefer bone-in, it really just depends on what’s available at the market.
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