Iowa Chop

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Outside of Iowa, a pork chop all too often is a triangle of meat about as thick as a slice of Wonder Bread and, sadly, sometimes as chewy as a dog toy. A true Iowa pork chop is as thick as a regal filet mignon; but it is broader by a factor of four, reminding one of a whole rack of lamb. Its inside spurts and sputters as a knife glides down through the caramel-colored crust and into the vast lode of meat. It might come topped with extremely savory pan gravy, which is less for the chop itself, which needs nothing but eager taste buds to attain its destiny, than for the great reef of mashed potatoes that accompany the chop on its plate.

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