Think of this as bone-in pork chops, just not individually cut. If you want a bone-in pork rib roast, that’s a custom order.
Best cooking method:
A solid roast for a celebration, a dinner party, or just as a treat. It’s lean and low fat so you’re going to want to add flavor. Try a rub or cut slits in the meat and season them with chopped fresh herbs and thinly sliced garlic. Roast in the oven, or try smoking. Cooking time will depend on how large the roast is. Cut into individual chops to serve.
Tips: Be careful not to overcook your roast. Pork roast tastes best ands should be done medium. Currently the USDA Food Safety Inspection Service says pork can be consumed safely when cooked to an internal temperature of 145 degrees F (this is medium), followed by a short rest time.
Center cut chops. Other pork roasts.
The weight range options listed above are based on how much this cut usually weighs. We always recommend about 1/2 lb. of protein per person. If the available weight options are not enough to meet your recipe requirements, please use the selector on the right-hand side to choose multiples of this cut.