Apples and shallots, sauteed in butter and wine, make a smooth and savory accompaniment to broiled pork chops. If you prefer, you can replace the wine with an equal amount of apple cider for a sweeter result.
Pork rib chops have a bit more marbling than loin chops, so they tend to be juicier and more tender once cooked. Here, we serve them on top of the white beans for an instant sauce.
Tender cabbage leaves are a healthy alternative to dumpling skin in these cabbage rolls, stuffed with a moist blend of pork, sage, and veggies.