Pork Loin Chop
This is the classic pork chop. Very lean, very mild pork flavor. Loin chops cut toward the center of the loin will have a T-shaped bone that has loin on one side and tenderloin on the other. You can remove the bone and tenderloin easily to make a boneless loin chop filet, very lean and easily cooked with searing. We recommend brining this cut to keep it moist when cooked.
The beautiful pork chop with a nice layer of delicious velvety fat for each bite. Our chops are tender, red and flavorful. We love to brown them in a cast-iron pan and serve over greens or creamy potatoes. Don't throw away the fat that renders from the gorgeous fat cap, its great for cooking or sautee your greens in it right before service, yum!
This package contains TWO bone-in pork chops with a nice fat cap and red marbled meat.
Feed your family the best pork in the Rogue Valley. Pasture raised under the big open sky. These pigs are true free-range.
Pork is not the other white meat! Kunekune meat from our farm will be deep pink to red, and marbled throughout with gorgeous, tasty, velvety fat. Not chewy or hard fat like grain fed pigs. The meat is rich in flavor and high in nutrients, having grown primarily on grass, whey and garden produce. The fat is nutrient dense, low in saturated fat and full of vitamins and minerals, including Vitamin D!
They are raised with mom for the first 3 months of their life and then transitioned to open pasture and forest. They enjoy sunshine, fresh air, and fresh greens every day! They feast on mixed pasture, veggies from Whistling Duck Farm, whey from ByGeorge Creamery, acorns, comfrey, fallen fruit and berries and occasional bread from Rise Up Bakery and occasionally small amounts of sprouted grains from Scratch and Peck. They are finished on apples and opsquash! They are NEVER fed commercial feed. This gives them a unique flavor only available on our agroforestry farm. With plenty of space to run around, these pigs taste like REAL, delicious, "old world" pork, not bland like the confined "white meat" pork at the store.
Unlike commercially raised pigs, kunekunes are a much slower maturing pig, taking up to 18 months to reach market weight, commercial pigs are usually 6-8 months. This is one of the reasons their meat is a delicious, rich, red marbled meat. They are known for their high quality and nutrient dense meat and healthy low saturated fat that melts at room temp.