There are two primary cuts of bone-in pork chops — rib cut and center cut.
Rib cut pork chops include a rib bone and a medallion of lean loin meat. There is also usually some fat that helps connect the meat to the bone.
Center cut pork chops (also called the loin chop or center loin chop) include that same rib bone and the same loin meat. But on the other side of the bone is another piece of meat — a richer, darker piece of tenderloin.
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