I showed the Wegman's butcher the recipe and he said that 4 thick chops would have been done in the slow-cooker in about 3 hours. I needed something to cook for 8 hours since I was going to work. He suggested a bone-in roast, got 4.87 lbs, about 5 thick chops. I did brown the roast and put it bone-side down, using chicken with rice soup. (I couldn't find Cream of Dijon soup like one reviewer suggested.) The pork was perfect at 8 hours, I had to cut the chops in the cooker, the bones were falling away. I honestly couldn't taste the mustard flavor at all. I served over river rice. Overall this is a decent mid-week meal for pork, nothing special, however, I would make it again since it was so easy.
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I showed the Wegman's butcher the recipe and he said that 4 thick chops would have been done...