The Berkshire is a British breed of pig. It originated in the English county of Berkshire, for which it is named. It is normally black, with some white on the snout, on the lower legs, and on the tip of the tail.
It is a rare breed in the United Kingdom. It has been exported to a number of countries including Australia, Japan, New Zealand and the United States, and is numerous in some of them.
Frenched pork rib chop is taken from the rib section of the pork loin. We french the rib bone on each chop for a great plate presentation and added flavor. Frenching is a technique where the rib bone is exposed and all meat is removed from the bone.