Pork, how I love thee! Growing up Filipino meant pork was a prime meat in our diet. We easily had pork for dinner several times a week and my mom served it in all sorts of ways. Braised, boiled, roasted, pan fried, etc. But regardless of how my mom prepared it, it was always good. These days as I prepare meals for my family, I like to incorporate pork dishes at least once a week. The most recent recipe I made calling for pork was this Pork Milanese. Coated in crispy panko with Parmesan cheese, this dish went perfectly well with cheese tortellini tossed in a Parmesan garlic sauce. If anything, this Pork Milanese is an Italian version of pork chops. The pork is pounded thin before dipping in beaten eggs and dredged in a panko and Parmesan coating. It's then pan fried and kept in a warm oven until all pork has been cooked and ready to serve. Because it's such a simple dish, it's wonderful for a weeknight but still elegant enough for company.