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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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In December, a Florida man allegedly killed his roommate during an argument over a pork chop.
For those of us who have had to suffer a pork chop as tough as old boots and lacking in flavour for many years, I believe it is a thing of the past.
That book and movie deal with the April 1953 battle for the outpost on Pork Chop, so named because of its resemblance to a pork chop when depicted on a topographic map.
This cut is not the same as a pork blade steak, which is cut from a totally different part of the pig and is technically not a pork chop at all.
And if you really don't fancy a pork chop, go for an escalope or medallion for a change and just adapt the recipe to suit.
To serve: Pour in the mustard sauce over the tatties and veg, and place a pork chop on top.
And if you don't really fancy a pork chop, go for an escalope or medallion for a change and just adapt the recipe to suit.
Place the tatties and veg in the centre of the plate, pour in some of the mustard sauce, and place a pork chop on top.
A Florida man who allegedly killed his roommate during an argument over a pork chop marks the second time meat may have been the motive for murder in the last three months in the United States.
To serve: Slice a pork chop on a bias and place in the center of a bowl.
Highlights include four steak dishes, a pork chop and rack of lamb, each delivered with one of eight optional sauces and a choice of mashed potatoes or rice.
To serve, place a pork chop, some pea shoots, and cornbread pudding in the center of a plate and spoon some sauce around the dish.
Joe Clemmons (Gregory Peck) is given orders for his company to take Pork Chop Hill (so named because it looks like a pork chop on a map).