Pasture-Raised Pork Chop

$12.00Price

"We think pork chops get a bad rap. Maybe it has something to do with all the dry, overcooked chops we were served as kids—but it doesn't have to be that way. Pork chops have the potential to be juicy, tender, and flavorful, really!

 

This oven-baked method will ensure your pork has a delicious crust and a perfectly cooked interior. Just follow these simple rules and prepare yourself to reconsider everything you know about this weeknight-friendly cut.

 

Click to order the juiciest, most tender chop you've ever tasted by far.  We get it all the time, "This was the best porkchop of my life!"

Why?  Well, this is not like grocery store meat in any shape or form.  We treat our piggies right and they live happy lives out in the forest and on pasture.  Plus, all of our pigs are Berkshire, the very tastiest heritage breed known to mankind.  Why are they the best?  The flavor profile, fat marbling, and overall amazingness beats them all.  The meat is dark red.  Many times you will question whether it's not beef.  The tenderness is off the charts, and there is a depth of flavor beyond any conventional pork chop you've ever tasted.

Copia pork chops plus a side of grilled asparagus, topped with a balsamic reduction sauce https://www.laylita.com/recipes/balsamic-vinegar-reduction/

maybe some red wine is a sure fine-dinin' meal!  Or, kick up your heels and serve with a simple salad and a nice, cold beer this summer, yehaw!  

 

SECRET TIP:  With any pasture-raised cut of meat, be sure to let it rest off the heat for 5-10 minutes.  This article gets into the details of why you should rest meat.  But we can just tell you that it makes a huge difference and to always do it!

 

TOP SECRET TIP: Add a generous pat of pastured butter and some crushed sage leaves to the chops, right when they come off the heat and are resting in the pan.  They'll be hot enough to melt the butter and extract the good aromatics from the sage.  (Drooling at the thought of it)

https://www.seriouseats.com/2009/12/how-to-have-juicy-meats-steaks-the-food-lab-the-importance-of-resting-grilling.html

  • PRODUCT INFO

  • COPIA ETHICAL & ECO MEATS

    Mobile Pasture-Raised, Local, Non-GMO


    No chemicals, No pesticides, No herbicides, No nitrates.

    Keeps you satiated for hours on end, High Quality Protein

     

    Copia meats are regenerative, eco-friendly, nutrient-dense, with full respect and love given to our animals.  Thank you for choosing real food for a better world!

     

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