When I was in college back in the 1990’s, I worked at McDonald’s. I usually worked at the front counter, front drive-thru, or back drive through. Hubby knew I was someone special because I would take an order, take money, and be eating my dinner in the office next to the drive-thru all at the same time. He couldn’t believe I could multi-task like that.
One of the great benefits of working at McDonald’s was the free food. As a poor college student, it was greatly appreciated. I loved Big Macs and chicken nuggets with hot mustard sauce and sweet and sour sauce. Yes, I know chicken nuggets from McDonald’s are not real chicken nuggets.
The special sauce on the Big Mac’s was one of my favorite parts of the sandwich. I’ve made a homemade version of the special sauce. It’s absolutely delicious.
On Sundays, we usually eat dinner with my mother-in-law. It’s a tradition that started when Hubby and I were just married. My father-in-law usually made the dinner. When he died, we continued the tradition. Sometimes I make the dinner. Other times my mother-in-law makes the dinner. Then there are times we eat out for Sunday dinner.
This is one dinner that I made for our Sunday dinner. It was easy to put together. It’s important to make sure the pork chops are thin cut so they bake in the same amount of time as the veggies. Serve bread on the side to make a whole meal.