Tasty pork chops with a simple bread and celery stuffing, and a sweet and sour orange marmalade sauce. The original recipe, from McCall’s Greatest Recipe Card Collection, called for 4 rib chops cut 1-1/2” thick (2 lbs. total) with a pocket. Instead of the rib chops I use boneless pork chops, place stuffing between two of them, then tie them together with kitchen string. Then I adjust the cooking time according to the thickness of the chops. You can adjust the seasonings to suit your taste too. The stuffing is also good with chicken breasts. Serve with a green veggie or salad and baked potatoes for dinner. Note: Edited to remove some of the salt and reduce the sweetness of this recipe.