A pork chop or meat chop is a cut from the pig served as individual portions. You can leave the bone-in or but them without. The bone-in pork chops tend to leave more moisture in the chop once cooked, plus a little more flavor. Pork chops can be cooking in easy recipes by being baked, grilled on gas or charcoal, or fried. Pork chops can be served with a variety of side dishes and are a perfect dish when paired with cooked apples on top. Be sure to cook your pork all the way through but not over so as to avoid dryness. You can brine pork chops as well to retain in more moisture.