Pork chop is a specific piece of pork of moderate size that has a bone attached. It has a fair amount of cultural significance, as it’s often referenced throughout various mediums of entertainment. The popularity of pork chop has led some small factions to create their own “pork chop club”, in which they meet frequently to consume it.
Pork chop is good and offers a fairly unique experience. Pork is often dry due to the practice of cooking it longer than most meat, and this fact should be embraced. Pork chop is extra fun if being eaten as part of a club routine. Unlike most meats served in ‘steak’ format, it seems fairly socially acceptable to apply condiments to pork chop.
Pork Chop became an official snack on July 12th 2012.