4 Pork chops 1 cn Chicken broth (we used College Inn) 1 Chopped garlic clove 2 ts Olive oil Additional spices to taste (we used basil, oregano, Garlic powder with parsley, And some other stuff that Was on his shelf of spices) Heat olive oil in a skillet. Brown pork chops on both sides (no need to cook them fully). Add chicken broth, garlic, and spices. Simmer on low heat for 1 hour. Notes from the Chef: "Today OS and I, wanting something different for dinner, decided on pork chops since we don't normally eat them. We looked around on the Web for a good way to cook them, and the one we settled on was this. It was an easy thing to make, and very tasty. Since the pork chops cook in the liquid broth, the spices soak in and the chops don't get dry. We ate rice with it. (Oh, the recipe called for a chopped onion as well, but neither of us is very big on onions, so we left that out. But I figured I should mention it for completeness's sake!)" - Lizzie Borden From: Lizzie Borden Date: 01-14-96 (22:53) The Polka Dot Cottage, a BBS with a taste of home. 1-201-822-3627.