Chef Hamilton’s pork chops were bone-in and cooked in clarified butter. However, it’s often difficult to thoroughly cook the meat close to the bone in bone-in chops, so we swapped them for boneless versions. You can also used olive oil instead of clarified butter to cook the pork. It doesn’t produce a chop that’s as rich and juicy as Chef Hamilton’s, but it’s a leaner alternative.
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