Cuts of Pork We Offer
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Pork: The Most Commonly Consumed Meat Worldwide
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At MeatBone Market, we offer a variety of pork cuts from different parts of the pig and most commonly consumed by humans. Pork can be eaten both freshly cooked or preserved, as curing extends the shelf life of various pork products. Ham, smoked pork, gammon, bacon, and sausage are all examples of preserved pork. Additionally, many prepared pork products are used for charcuterie, a staple dish at many gatherings or various events. Keep reading to learn more about the cuts of pork our butcher prepares at MeatBone Market, and contact us today to place an order!
Bone-In Pork Chop
There are two primary cuts of bone-in pork chops, a rib cut and a center cut. While bone-in pork chops may have less meat because of their higher fat content, the bone in this cut provides extra flavor and moisture throughout your chop.
Boneless Pork Chop
Boneless pork chops have the same meat as a rib-cut pork chop, but they are trimmed of excess fat and ready to cook. They also cook quickly, making them the perfect choice for a weeknight or weekend dinner with the family.
Boston butts, or pork butts, are perfect for low and slow cooking like smoking or braising. This cut of pork comes from the shoulder of the pig and is typically used for pulled pork because it is juicy and flavorful.
Pork shoulder also is a great choice for low and slow cooking. It is a great choice for braising, or you can use it for stew meat or ground pork. It contains slightly less fat than pork butt.
Baby Back Ribs
Baby back ribs come from the parts of the ribs that are connected to the backbone beneath the loin muscle of the pig. They require low, slow cooking in order to become tender and juicy. Choose your favorite spices or rubs and throw them on the grill, smoker, or in the oven for the perfect doneness.
Pork tenderloin is a long, narrow cut of boneless meat that comes from the muscle that runs along a pig’s backbone. It is a lean, tender cut of meat that is also known as a pork filet, because it is the most tender cut of the pig.
Bacon is a salt-cured meat that is cut from the pig’s belly or back. Bacon is typically consumed on it’s own or added to salads, sandwiches, pasta, and more.
Get High-Quality Pork Cuts Today
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If you’re looking to add an array of pork cuts to the menu for your next gathering or special event, contact our butcher at MeatBone Market today. We’ll help you choose the best cuts of pork and provide advice on how to prepare your meat for the big day. You’ll love everything about the pork cuts you can get from MeatBone Market. Reach out to us today to get started with your order.