Bone-In Berkshire Pork Rib Chop

12 oz. chops   #3201XE
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Bone-In Berkshire Pork Rib Chop

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Overview

A true sight to behold! These thick, bone-in pork rib chops are 100% purebred Berkshires - an exquisite heritage breed considered the Wagyu of pork. Well-marbled and tender, juicy, and full of flavor, these are some of the best chops in the world!
  • 100% Purebred Berkshire pork
  • Raised on family farms in the Midwest
  • Exceptional marbling adds flavor and juiciness
  • Dark red, almost crimson colored meat
  • Thick, bone-in chops are visually stunning

Description

What makes these beautiful bone-in chops so much better (and delicious) than pork found in the grocery store butcher case? Three words: 100%. Purebred. Berkshire. Berkshire pork is a heritage breed known across the globe for being tender, flavorful, and juicy. In fact, many consider Berkshire to be the Wagyu of pork - a distinction you'll immediately appreciate upon your first taste!

Berkshire hogs are wonderfully tender with exceptional marbling that delivers an intense flavor and juiciness pork lovers everywhere crave. And due to Berkshires having a higher PH level, the meat has a dark, almost crimson red color that pops off your plate. Add to that their thick, bone-in appearance, and you have a meal that doubles as a culinary work of art.

Make no mistake…these are the pork chops that America's Original Butcher would take home to share with their family. In fact, these are the best tasting chops you'll ever experience - guaranteed!

Preparation

Preparation

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Nutrition & Info

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Menu Steaks & Chops
Protein Pork
Meal Course Entrees
Meal Time Dinner
Preparation Raw
Cooking Method Bake, Broil, Grill
Specialty Bone-in
Steak Cut Chop
Tenderness Tender
Marbling Moderate

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