I am going to give you two somewhat unusual pork recipes—unusual in England, as roast pork is always associated with apple sauce, and although in the first of them apples are used, they are not made into a sauce.
Pork chops, 2 lb. of dessert apples, butter, salt and pepper.
Put 4 ozs. or more of butter (according to the number of chops) in a saute pan and when very hot, put in the chops, seasoned with salt and pepper. Peel and core the apples, and cut them in thin round slices, as you would for potato chips. Cook the chops, till they are a golden brown on either side, and fry the apple chips in boiling oil or fat. Put them in the oven, on a piece of greaseproof paper to drain, for a few minutes. Arrange the chops neatly on a hot dish and put the apple chips around them.