These Berkshire pork chops will change the way you buy pork from this point on. I prepared these juicy chops with bourbon apples for a sweet and tangy topping to this quality meat.
Berkshire pork is considered to be the “Kobe beef of the pork world”. They top other breeds in terms of meat marbling, juiciness and tenderness. My husband is typically not a fan of “the other white meat”, but his appetite is always ready when these chops are being served. If your butcher carries Berkshire pork, I recommend spending the little extra money for this excellent cut of meat.
I marinated them in a mixture of mustard, brown sugar, bourbon and apple cider vinegar and cooked them on my Lodge grill pan. My Granny Smith apples were cooked with butter, nutmeg and of course bourbon. I also added some of the marinate to the apples for some added flavor.