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Country Residence of the Barefoot Infanta - Her Favorite Homestyle Recipe 
Apr. 25, 2012 3:28 pm 
Updated: Jul. 19, 2012 8:19 am

When the "Infanta" is in residence that means she's escaped from the city and wants to detach from the madness of the masses, the constant demands for attention, and heavy work schedule. When here, she throws away her diet (within reason) and requests recipes from my family. These are the Pennsylvania influenced foods which have been inspired by a little bit of Amish, a little bit of German, some Welsh and of course, Slovak foods. Here is her favorite recipe that my Aunt Honey taught me how to make.
Braised Tender Breaded Porkchops<

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Aunt Honey's Braised and Breaded Porkchops
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Apr. 26, 2012 12:46 am
Well Brian, sounds like the "Infanta" knows what to ask for. I can definitely see myself dipping a big chunk of fresh baked bread into that gravy of Aunt Honey's! Yum!
May 9, 2012 10:35 am
It's great comfort food. Aunt Honey always knew the best foods.
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Brian E. Nahodil

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