Rounding out this month, on the left – Disznókaraj Magyarosan – Hungarian Pork Chops. Another sour cream and paprika sauce (I’m really sensing a trend here), although this is one of the more zippy ones we’ve encountered. On the right – Irish Potato Collops. These are a version of scalloped potatoes, fairly simple with bacon and onion. I goofed on the cooking – they should have been covered for 45 minutes, and I left them uncovered throughout. So I wonder if the sauce would have melded sooner and the potatoes cooked faster due to more of a steaming effect if I had done it properly, but the flavor is good and they should reheat nicely. The pork chops slow cook for an hour and are amazingly tender. Next time we might try the thick-cut ones. Enjoy!