- Tip: The mild flavor makes this a great cut for dry rubs or brining.
- Provenance: Pennsylvania
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Pork loin chops are cut from the back portion of the loin, from the last rib to the sirloin, and look just like a T-bone/porterhouse. The loin chops' lean meat is best suited to roasting or grilling, but is also great if left whole as a roast. Butterfly and stuff the chops for something different. For best experience, cut at least 1"thick.