These pork chops smothered in a buttermilk gravy are sure to be a crowd-pleaser. Begin by dredging the dried pork chops in seasoned flour (try garlic powder and chive blossom herb salt) and doing a quick fry in a pan of hot oil for a few minutes to brown on each side, then remove them from the pan. Add some of your seasoned flour into the pan drippings, stir to combine and then add a cup of chicken broth. Let the sauce thicken up and then add a half cup of buttermilk. Add the pork chops back into the pan, covering them with the sauce and cook them for about five minutes more until they are cooked through. Pair with roasted root vegetables, steamed greens or a warm grain salad to complete the meal, and as tradition holds, don’t forget the sauerkraut!