The Death of Pork 

Part I of an elegaic rant in memory of America's lost meat

Once upon a time there was a pork chop: nearly two inches thick, moist with tiny interior seams of fat, seared in butter in a heavy copper skillet; then a splash of Calvados deglazed the pan, and it gently braised until…

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