Pork Chops - Bone-In
Pork Chops - Bone-In
Pork Chops - Bone-In

Pork Chops - Bone-In

Regular price $16.25 Save $-16.25
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One of the most delicious cuts a pig has to offer.

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The #1 ranch favorite! A rich red pork chop with a thick cut of fat left on. Our fat is clean, nutritious, and delicious. Cook it like a steak and leave some pink inside. This will be the best pork chop you've ever had.

Preparation Method – grilling , pan frying or broiling

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Customer Reviews

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Char Westby
Um Um Good

These are very good pork chops. I trimmed a lot of the fat off because my family doesn't like the fat. Then I roasted them in the oven with potatoes and carrots and most if the fat actually "melted" off and helped create a flavorful sauce for the veggies. I didn't season the chops because I wanted to see how they actually tasted and was not disappointed--very flavorful. Will definitely buy again.

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Robert Clayton
Amazing!

Nothing better than a really thick juicy Pork Chop on grill! Man were they good! Thankyou Corner Post for doing what you do🙌

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Phyllis Chavez
Delicious! You have to taste to believe the difference.

I am not a big meat eater. It just never tasted right to me. We would have meat every now and then and it was just OK. I decided to try Corner Post. The pork chops are excellent! They taste wonderful. They are not all gray looking like the ones in the store. They are the best! You try and tell me I am wrong. They do something very right here :)

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Kurt Taylor
Best pork chops ever!

I absolutely love your chops. Too often the fat is trimmed off of the sides of even quality chops bought from others but yours have at least a half inch left on and for me, that's the best part. A thin slice of fat with each piece of meat is heavenly. And the taste is fantastic every time. Keep up the great work.

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Sarah
Magically Delicious - from a converted non-pork-chop-eater

The first time I met Adrienne and Lee it was a bitterly cold winter day at Corner Post's "Meat and Mingle." I had many questions, which they were happy to answer. I remarked on how red the pork chops were and Adrienne's next words were, "These pork chops will change your life!" And she proceeded to tell me about how different the meat from forest-foraged pigs is than what we're used to. I have never been a pork chop fan. I don't think I've eaten one in over a decade but those were strong words, so I picked up a pack. We finally made them last night and oh. my. word. Adrienne wasn't overstating. They are amazing. Looking at the size of them, I thought I would eat maybe 1/3 ...but I found myself devouring the entire thing! They were tender and flavorful and, in the words of my husband, "I can't believe I'm saying this but even the fat is good!" While we didn't eat all the fat, we did cut tiny bits of the charred fat to eat with each bite of meat. We grilled them, basted with a balsamic reduction sauce (recipe below), and served over Chef Ottolenghi's Fresh Sweet Corn Polenta (recipe also below...although I've made this summer treat for years and trust me: swap out the Feta for some grated gruyere. yum!)

Bottom line: If you think you don't like pork chops...you've never tried Corner Post's.

https://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Sweet-and-Sour-Glazed-Pork-Chops-Maiale-in-Agrodolce/
http://www.ouichefnetwork.com/2012/08/sweet-corn-polenta-with-eggplant-sauce.html

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
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(6)
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Char Westby
Um Um Good

These are very good pork chops. I trimmed a lot of the fat off because my family doesn't like the fat. Then I roasted them in the oven with potatoes and carrots and most if the fat actually "melted" off and helped create a flavorful sauce for the veggies. I didn't season the chops because I wanted to see how they actually tasted and was not disappointed--very flavorful. Will definitely buy again.

R
Robert Clayton
Amazing!

Nothing better than a really thick juicy Pork Chop on grill! Man were they good! Thankyou Corner Post for doing what you do🙌

P
Phyllis Chavez
Delicious! You have to taste to believe the difference.

I am not a big meat eater. It just never tasted right to me. We would have meat every now and then and it was just OK. I decided to try Corner Post. The pork chops are excellent! They taste wonderful. They are not all gray looking like the ones in the store. They are the best! You try and tell me I am wrong. They do something very right here :)

K
Kurt Taylor
Best pork chops ever!

I absolutely love your chops. Too often the fat is trimmed off of the sides of even quality chops bought from others but yours have at least a half inch left on and for me, that's the best part. A thin slice of fat with each piece of meat is heavenly. And the taste is fantastic every time. Keep up the great work.

S
Sarah
Magically Delicious - from a converted non-pork-chop-eater

The first time I met Adrienne and Lee it was a bitterly cold winter day at Corner Post's "Meat and Mingle." I had many questions, which they were happy to answer. I remarked on how red the pork chops were and Adrienne's next words were, "These pork chops will change your life!" And she proceeded to tell me about how different the meat from forest-foraged pigs is than what we're used to. I have never been a pork chop fan. I don't think I've eaten one in over a decade but those were strong words, so I picked up a pack. We finally made them last night and oh. my. word. Adrienne wasn't overstating. They are amazing. Looking at the size of them, I thought I would eat maybe 1/3 ...but I found myself devouring the entire thing! They were tender and flavorful and, in the words of my husband, "I can't believe I'm saying this but even the fat is good!" While we didn't eat all the fat, we did cut tiny bits of the charred fat to eat with each bite of meat. We grilled them, basted with a balsamic reduction sauce (recipe below), and served over Chef Ottolenghi's Fresh Sweet Corn Polenta (recipe also below...although I've made this summer treat for years and trust me: swap out the Feta for some grated gruyere. yum!)

Bottom line: If you think you don't like pork chops...you've never tried Corner Post's.

https://www.saveur.com/article/Recipes/Sweet-and-Sour-Glazed-Pork-Chops-Maiale-in-Agrodolce/
http://www.ouichefnetwork.com/2012/08/sweet-corn-polenta-with-eggplant-sauce.html