A perfect loin chop recipe, featuring our dry aged chops.
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Get over your Bachelorette hangover with pork loin chops.

Did you watch The Bachelorette finale last night? Of course you did. I’m not pointing at anyone in particular, but someone (two thumbs at self) was really disappointed. Peter was clearly the better choice, am I right?

Come on Rachel. What were you thinking?

Anyway, you can get over that feeling with pork. Pork, unlike Bryan, will always be there for you. Pork doesn’t have commitment issues. Pork just wants you to give it a good rub, and then enjoy a nice dinner together.

That’s how we arrived at tonight’s seven day, dry aged, pork loin chops. They’re here in our store right now for $5.49/LB. Right now. That’s an incredible pick, unlike Bryan. It’s perfect for taking home, right now, tonight… unlike Bryan.


You need…

  • Pork Loin Chops (we got those)
  • A dry rub or steak salt (we sell those, or you can make one)
  • Greens, for a side (we have those too)
  • Garlic (also, on the side, and we have those)

Step 1: Let your pork loin chops sit at room temperature for one hour.

Step 2: Rub it with your salt or dry rub. Then let it sit for another 20 minutes.

Step 3: In a VERY hot cast iron skillet, sear for 5 minutes on both sides. (While this is happening, preheat your oven to 350 F.

Step 4: Leave the chops on the skillet, and transfer them to your oven until they reach 155 F to 160 F, depending upon your own preference. When it out, let it rest for 5 minutes before you get into it.

Step 5: Sautee some greens and garlic in olive oil on medium heat in whatever pan you have. This is a side item and it’s really hard to mess it up. You can do this while the chops are resting.

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