pork chop


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pork chop

1. A thick cut of meat from a pig. Often used in the plural when it is prepared as a meal. Well, at least sit down and have a pork chop with us before you go out! Mom said that she's making pork chops for dinner tonight, so don't be late!
2. offensive slang A black person who acts submissively toward white people.
See also: chop, pork
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The men then got into an argument over how to prepare pork chops when Hahn went to his bedroom, retrieved a rifle and pumped at least three bullets into Gray, killing him, WFTV reported.
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Once the pork chops are done, take them out of the bag and sear both sides until browned and crusty.
Approximately 3 g of raw meat sample from the center of each pork chop was individually wrapped in parafilm membrane, placed in a cylindrical glass tube and inserted in the NMR probe.
Chargrill the pork chop for three minutes on each side.
On a repeat visit, I decided to try a few more items including, the Grilled Lemongrass Chicken & Pork Chop on Rice.
has published The Magic Pork Chop Bone by Betty Mitchell Block.
In December, a Florida man allegedly killed his roommate during an argument over a pork chop.
When a teenager offered him a cinnamon roll, he declined it saying that that he was leaving room for pork chop on a stick.
But Staffies Pork Chop and Freddie, Milly the American bulldog, Squidge the cross breed and Malibu the border collie-cross are all still waiting for their dream new owner to walk through the door.
A FATHER-of-two has told how he almost died after eating an under-cooked pork chop in Birmingham.
The white and red concept is named 'Pork Chop', while the black and gold model is called 'Renegade'.
Marshall's nonfiction book Pork Chop Hill (1956), Lewis Milestone's film adaptation Pork Chop Hill (1959), and to a lesser extent Marshall's earlier nonfiction book The River and the Gauntlet (1952.).
I am the creator of the Pork Chop Theory, which corroborates--much more briefly--Bill McKibben's "Reversal of Fortune." My theory exposits the basis of capitalism: I'm supposed to want a pork chop today, two pork chops tomorrow, four the next day, eight the next day, and so on.
Or: How many chips would a pork chop chip, if a pork chop would chop chips?