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Pork Chops with Beans and Greens

LIGHTLY SWEET PORK chops and pleasantly bitter dark leafy greens are a fantastic, time-tested pairing. I set out to build on these ingredients’ delicious assets with a relatively fast square meal that used only one skillet.

To get started, I chose meaty 1-inch-thick rib chops because they’re tender and flavorful, and, at an inch thick, one chop is the perfect hearty portion for one person. I sprinkled the raw

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