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Two Steps to Moist Pork Chops

Today’s lean pork needs extra care to keep it juicy

Fine Cooking Issue 05
Photos: Suzanne Roman
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The good news is that pork has less fat in it than ever before. That’s the bad news, too. Though decreased fat sounds great, the leaner pork is, the less moist it is. The cook is faced with a challenge—how to cook delicious, moist pork dishes with leaner meat. In this article, you’ll learn how to cook pork to retain the moisture, and you’ll also learn how to season it with spice rubs (three recipes are included).


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