Kurobuta Pork Chops Frenched
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- Vendor Shipped
Kurobuta, or “black hog,” is the Japanese term for the Berkshire breed, the source of the famous Japanese kurobuta pork from the Kagoshima Prefecture. Like its Japanese counterpart, Snake River American kurobuta is deep in color and streaked with fine marbling that makes these chops exceptionally sweet, juicy and tender.
- 4 chops, approx. 7 oz. each (serves 4).
- Shipped frozen.
- Made in the USA.
- Use & Care
- The pork chops are shipped frozen with dry ice, which may have evaporated during shipment. This is normal. Please take care not to touch any remaining dry ice with bare hands. Upon receipt, refrigerate or freeze to enjoy at a later date. The pork chops keep refrigerated, up to 5 days, unopened and refrigerated, or up to 3 months frozen. If frozen, remove the pork chops from the freezer and thaw in the refrigerator overnight. Once completely thawed, we do not recommend refreezing the pork. .
- 100% Berkshire pork.
Please allow up to two weeks for processing and delivery of perishable items, which are shipped two-day delivery to ensure freshness. Perishable items are not eligible for rush shipping.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Chachi from Worth every penny! Awesome product! So juicy, tender and beautiful to present. They truly melt in your mouth!Date published: 2013-09-27Rated 5 out of 5 by Ellebeejay from Delicious! This is some seriously high grade, fancy restaurant quality pork (in fact, I just Googled it - it is indeed served at a couple very nice restaurants here in LA!). These pretty chops were generous in size and nicely presented. But the flavor: awesome. Porcine but mild, a good balance of fat and lean. I prepared ours with a simple browned butter and sage sauce so the meat could shine, and I was not disappointed.Date published: 2013-02-12