Bone-In Pork Chop


Introducing the Bone-In Pork Chop, a flavorful cut that’s sure to satisfy. This chop features a rich fat cap and tender meat, rivaling the best Ribeye Steak.

For the ideal sear and robust taste, cook it in a cast iron skillet. Experience the outstanding flavor from pork raised in the great outdoors.

This product reflects a dedication to quality. Sourced from 100% pasture-raised pigs—Berkshire, Chester White, and Duroc breeds—these pork chops are free from antibiotics and added hormones, ensuring a pure and healthy choice.

Ideal for any cook, this Bone-In Pork Chop elevates your meals with its exceptional taste.

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Discover the Bone-In Pork Chop, a cut that delivers exceptional flavor and tenderness. This pork chop features a rich fat cap and succulent meat, rivaling the taste of a Ribeye Steak. For the best results, sear it in a cast iron skillet to enhance its flavors, characteristic of pork raised in free-range conditions.

This pork chop comes from 100% pasture-raised pigs, specifically a blend of Berkshire, Chester White, and Duroc breeds. These pigs forage naturally, contributing to the meat’s superior taste and quality. Plus, this product is free from antibiotics and hormones, reflecting a commitment to your health.

Enjoy a premium dining experience with this Bone-In Pork Chop and appreciate the exceptional taste of responsibly raised pork. Elevate your meals with this cut and support sustainable farming practices.

What’s To Love

This Bone-In Pork Chop offers a flavor-packed experience, combining tender meat with a rich fat cap. It’s comparable to a marbled Ribeye Steak in pork form. For a mouthwatering crust and juicy interior, sear it in a cast iron skillet. The first bite reveals a flavor depth unique to outdoor-raised pork.

Our Bone-In Pork Chop stands out due to the quality of our pasture-raised pigs. We use a select mix of Berkshire, Chester White, and Duroc breeds for a superior chop. These pigs are reared with care, living naturally without antibiotics or hormones.

When you choose this pork chop, you’re indulging in a remarkable dish and supporting ethical farming. Enjoy the difference in taste with every bite, and come back for more.

How To Use

The Bone-In Pork Chop is perfect for those seeking the rich flavor of a Ribeye Steak in a pork cut. It boasts a significant fat cap and tender flesh, which contribute to its savory taste. Best seared in a cast iron pan, this cooking method amplifies its taste. The pork comes from a blend of pasture-raised Berkshire, Chester White, and Duroc breeds, ensuring a product free from antibiotics and hormones.

Cook the Bone-In Pork Chop in a cast iron pan to seal in flavors while achieving a crispy fat cap. Make sure it’s thoroughly cooked before serving. This pork chop, known for its distinct taste and quality, is an excellent addition to any meal.

1 review for Bone-In Pork Chop

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    Robert Greene

    As an at-home chef, my culinary creations often hinge on the quality of the ingredients. The Bone-In Pork Chop, which I recently purchased, has been a delightful addition to my kitchen.

    The first thing to note was the exceptional packaging and freshness of the pork chop. Upon unboxing, the product exuded a freshness that was palpable. The accompanying bone was intact, a testament to the careful handling of the product during packaging.

    The quality of the meat was top-notch. The marbling was just right – not too fatty, but enough to give it a fantastic, succulent flavor when cooked. This allowed for a beautiful searing that locked in all the juices, resulting in a lip-smacking delicacy that my family savored.

    I utilized the Bone-In Pork Chop for a couple of recipes. The first was a classic pan-seared pork chop, flavored with a hint of rosemary and thyme. The bone-in feature added depth to the flavor profile, rendering a rich, meaty taste that was thoroughly enjoyed by all. The second recipe was a slow-cooked pork chop in a tangy BBQ sauce, where the bone again played a crucial role in amping up the flavor quotient.

    While I am thoroughly satisfied with the quality of the meat, I deducted one star due to the slight inconsistency in the thickness of the chops.

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