The anticipation was extreme, and I could hardly contain myself with excitement. On a Wednesday night mid February 1965, I was asked to come and help my mother; who at the time was the head of the church kitchen, manning the large plates of food rolled out to the monthly meeting of the "All Saints Men's Club". I was 9 years old, and to accompany my mother and be a helper at this important dinner was beyond part of my wildest dreams. These beautifully stuffed, double thick pork chops were so tender and juicy, coupled with the basic, but delicious aroma and spices of the stuffing; most of the "men" would ask to have two. My mother had planned for 50 men, so there were no coming back for seconds, but this recipe stayed at the pinnacle of the "Men's Club" menu for most of my adolescence, preparing this dish year after year. This is not a fancy dish; but it does fill up all empty spots in your stomach and is really perfect made for a few or a crowd. Very easy to put together and can be easily halved or doubled twice. When preparing this for my family now, we just split a chop and enjoy with a vegetable. Go ahead, stuff em' and eat them....and you don't even have to attend the "Men's Club".