I love a recipe that harmonizes just the right flavors all in one pan. Fresh fruit and herbs are contrasted by tangy mustard, and they simmer together and blend with savory pasture raised pork chops to bring you joy on a plate. Ingredients 2 Tbsp olive oil4 Ramstead Ranch pork chops or pork steaks2 tsp Dijon mustard2 C bone broth2 Tbsp fresh herbs, rosemary works well, thyme or sage would work well, too, and best you use a blend.2 medium apples, sliced thin1 large onion, sliced thinSalt and pepper to taste Tools 12-inch skillet or cast ironWisk, bowl, and a nice, sharp knife Instructions Thaw pork chops and season with salt and pepper.Add 1 Tbsp to your pan and heat on high until oil smokes. You want you pan HOT!Sear pork chops, about 2 min per side. Remove the chops from heat.Lower heat to medium high. Add 1 Tbsp olive oil to pan. Heat oil and add onions and apples. Turn occasionally slightly toasted, about 5 min. Add salt, pepper, and fresh herbs, and stir. Cook onions until they are translucent.Whisk together bone broth and mustard, and add to apple-onion mixture. Nest pork chops in pan making sure to surround the chops with the apple-onion mixture.Simmer for additional 4 min, until chops are cooked through.Enjoy!