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Pork and Apple are always a happy combination in my book and any recipe that brings them together is bound to be successful. These pork chops are no exception. Jean fixed them for lunch the other day and the accolades were universal (at least when we finally stopped eating)! They smelled wonderful in the oven, so we were all hungry by the time lunch was ready. The recipe is fairly simple without much prep time so it would be great for a weeknight meal, or a nice weekend family dinner. You could even prepare it ahead and stick it in the refrigerator, ready for baking when you get home.
With the cooler temperatures and apple harvest, I have been obsessed with caramel apples. I've never made them before, but I always enjoy them when I buy one. I decided that this year I should learn how to do it myself, and use honey for the caramel for a "healthier" treat. I searched around and found several recipes and thought I would try the simplest one. Now it is time to share the results!
Last weekend, Martin attended a beekeeping seminar as part of a panel of pollinators. Part of the seminar also dealt with alternative pollinators and our discussions at lunch on Monday were very interesting. I've done some additional reading since then and came across a study that I saw last winter, but forgot about until now.