Monday, March 8, 2010

Lean and mean and not hard to cook at all! Pork is what's for dinner!

The joys of cooking a home prepared meal are made that much easier when you have the quality of meats that we offer! For example take the Center Cup Pork Loin Chop...taste great either grilled, baked, fried. Keep in mind that one of the worst things that you can do to a chop is overcook! Also if you have time:

*"dissolve about ¾ cup of kosher salt or 5-6 tablespoons of table salt and 5-6 tablespoons of sugar in 2-3 quarts (2-3 liters) of cold water in a large resealable bag or plastic container. Let the chops sit in the refrigerator for 1-2 hours in the brine solution, turning the bag or chops once. "

Sear the chops on both sides before fully cooking. This will seal in the moistness of the meat. 2-3 minutes on either side will do the trick.

For more information on how to cook your chop ask Ron or follow us on Twitter @butcherblocklv!

Center Cut Pork Loin Chops $3.99 lb


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