Beautifully-marbled pork chops sear up tender, juicy and full-bodied flavors. Everyone knows that cooking meat on the bone adds flavor, and that the silky texture of tenderloin is especially satisfying. These quick-cooking chops make an excellent and easy weeknight dinner, either grilled or broiled, and are the equivalent of a beef Porterhouse or T-bone steak.
Fresh Tips: The pork is so tasty it doesn’t need many different flavours. Delicious when rubbed in a little olive oil and seasoned lighly with pepper and salt.