Pork Chops

Pork chops are a common entree at meat-and-potatoes restaurants, often served with a bread dressing (cornbread dressing in the South) and/or mashed potatoes and gravy. Iowa, which is the nation’s top pork producer, distinguishes between a pork chop and an Iowa pork chop, the latter being as thick as a filet mignon, often times so large that it resembles a pork roast. Pork chops almost always contain a rib bone, but that does not obviate pork chop sandwiches – constructed with or without the bone.

Restaurants With This Dish

Taylor’s Bar-B-Que

WAYNESBORO, GA

Toki Ona Diner

ELKO, NV

Willie Mae’s Scotch House

NEW ORLEANS, LA

Peaches ‘n’ Such

MONETTA, SC

Shirley Mae’s Cafe

LOUISVILLE, KY

Dip’s Country Kitchen

CHAPEL HILL, NC

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