After 9 years, my good friend Reagan is leaving Good Things Utah to be a stay at home mom. I could think of no better tribute than to name a recipe after her. Like Reagan, this recipe is approachable, and warm.
4 center cut pork chops
4 Tbsp. butter
5 fresh sage leaves, minced
8 quartered fresh mission figs
Juice ½ lemon
Pan fry the pork chops until they reach an internal temperature of at least 160 degrees.
Remove the pork chops, put them on a plate, and cover the plate loosely with foil.
Add the butter and sage to the now empty pork chop pan and cook over medium heat until butter starts to turn brown. Turn heat to low, and add figs and lemon, stir just until figs are warm.
Remove pork chops from foil, and top with quartered figs, and a generous amount of brown butter sauce.