We offer the highest quality, humanely raised Duroc Heritage Breed Pork. In combination with their diet and care, produce high-quality meat with fine-grained marbling, a beautiful pink color, and rich flavor that can stand on its own — beating anything you'll find at your grocery store. Our pigs are raised "farrow to finish" on pasture, no crates.
Meet the “wagyu of pork”! Kurobuta is heirloom pork selected for its succulent, juicy texture and exquisite flavor that’s slightly sweeter than conventional pork. Extraordinary marbling, tenderness and juiciness are what Kurobuta Pork is known for. The Kurobuta breed, also known as Berkshire, comes from a heritage line of old-world genetics. With a deep rosy coloring, fine-grained marbling, hint of sweetness and superior texture.
Sourced from our network of family farmers in the United States raising Duroc-cross pigs — a heritage breed known for exceptional marbling, juiciness, flavor and tenderness. Hogs are humanely raised and develop at their natural rate, crate-free, using environmentally safe practices.
Pork Tenderloin Butcher Guide
Pork tenderloin is a lean cut of meat from the back of the pig. It's a long, cylindrical muscle that lies alongside the backbone. It's usually cut into steaks or medallions. It can be roasted whole, or cut into pieces and used in stews and casseroles.
Pork Chop Butcher Guide
Pork chops are a cut of meat from the loin of a pig. They are one of the most popular cuts of pork in the United States. The average pork chop has about 192 calories, 25 grams of protein, and 5 grams of fat. It’s also a good source of Vitamin B12, Phosphorus, Selenium, and Thiamin. They can be cooked to an internal temperature of 145°F.
Pork Cooking Guides
|Pork Cut||Stove/Oven Temp||Avg Time||Finish Temp|
|Pork Chop||Medium Heat (sear)||7-9 mins||145°F|
|Pork Sausage||Medium Heat (sear)||9-11 mins||145°F|
|Pork Loin||350°F (oven)||1 - 1.5 hrs||145°F|
|Pork Roast||250°F (oven)||4 - 8 hrs||190°F|
Note: The above guidelines are only guardrails. Average time depends on size/amount of meat. Stoves and pans vary in performance as well; so to achieve perfectly cooked pork check temperature regularly within above time frames.
Salt, pepper, cumin, garlic, paprika, and chili powder are good compliments to basic pork chop cooking - either on the grill or in a pan. Depending on the dish you're planning on making, pork can also benefit from a little sage, rosemary, cayenne, thyme, or coriander.
This really depends on the size of cut, the cut itself, and the cooking method. A better general reference is to use a meat thermometer and cook until internal temperature reaches 145 °F.
USDA recommends cooking pork to 145 °F.