The dominant seasoning in this recipe is cumin. When I think of cumin I think of pork chops, and vise versa. Cumin has a smoky flavor and is a favorite spice in Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine. Here it's combined with Greek oregano, garlic and onions, and the results are fragrant and delicious. These pork chops were made on a blisteringly cold January day. I broiled them indoors, in my warm kitchen. If you can brave the winter cold, fire up the grill and cook them outdoors. You will deserve an extra pork chop for your efforts.
I don't have specific measurements for the ingredients in this recipe. I just "eye" everything. Make sure that you use a little extra cumin, but remember that cumin has a strong flavor so don't use so much that it overpowers the dish.