Peter: “Easy Meals”? “Difficult washing up”! I think she’s used every pan in the kitchen.
Anna: No, no, no, no. Hang on. The sweet potato mash and cavolo nero were not part of Rachel o’Rachel’s recipe. Wasn’t there just one pan for the pork?
Peter: Yes, you cooked the pork and then made the sauce and added the chops back in again.
Anna: So really, if we hadn’t had side dishes, this was a one-pan meal.
Peter: I guess, but you’re not going to eat a pork chop on its own.
Anna: Still, we created the volume of washing up, not Rachel’s recipe. Now then, enough about dirty pots and pans, what did you think of the pork chops?
Peter: It was a good chop, you could tell they were from Drings by their size. This was a way you wouldn’t normally do a pork chop. I was brought up on them covered in stuffing.
Anna: ?! I thought this was delicious. Perfect for a Sunday night alternative to a roast.
Peter: You do like a bit of pork, don’t you?
Anna: Indeed. Was it easy to cook?
Peter: It was very straightforward. If only you’d let me chop an onion…..