Cafe 24 Hundred: Pan Seared Duroc Pork Chop

What could possibly be better than a steak? I actually have a valid answer to that question.

Chef Patrick Donahue of Cafe 24 Hundred has prepared a Pan Seared Duroc Pork Chop. The thick cut, bone-in pork chop is cut from a heritage pig. It is seared in salt, pepper, and olive oil in a cast iron pan. Served on the side is a couscous salad (made of Israeli couscous) and parmesan roasted tomatoes.

The best part of the dish, however, is the sweet and tangy homemade onion marmalade.

The pork chop honestly eats like a steak. It is juicy, tender, and flavorful. I would definitely recommend eating each bite with a little dollop of the housemade onion marmalade. Stop in to Cafe 24 Hundred to see what other flavors are packed into their new Summer menu!

Cafe 24 Hundred
2400 Willow Street Pike, Lancaster PA
(717) 464-2712