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    This recipe is my Mom's and she says she got the original from the side of a Albers Corn Meal box. All I know is that I loved this as a kid and still do and it was always a huge hit with my kids, picky as they are. NOTE: I frequently cheat and use one of the cornbread muffin mixes that come in in the small blue and white box (to avoid naming the particular brand), rather than making the cornbread from scratch.

    Recipe #292328

    With apologies to the other two folk who posted Pork Chop Sandwich recipes, neither resembled what I think of as a true pork chop sandwich. I grew up in SW Montana, where the locally famous Pork Chop John's sandwich shops exist. I believe the originals are actually battered after flouring and then deep fried and I never pass up a chance to eat one if I am in Butte or Bozeman, but I don't even own a deep fryer, so I fiddled around with what originally was my favorite chicken fried steak recipe until I came up with this.

    Recipe #292269

    This is my Mom's recipe. Don't know where she got it, but it is delicious. We always put it over chow mein (toasted) noodles, but it is good over rice, soba and Marco Polo noodles as well. Even my Father liked this and he always swore he hated cooked onions.

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