Pork Loin

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Pork Loin
Dish Type
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Menu Price
Cook Time
24 seconds
Burn Time
18 seconds
  • Rich Dish
  • Dirty Dish
  • Oh Rats
  • Trashy Food
  • Slow Cooker
  • Menu Rot

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Pork loin was not invented, but instead discovered by an extraordinarily lucky person who either happened upon or had slain a pig and subsequently started dividing its meaty parts into various chunks. Additionally, pork loin is sometimes cut up into smaller pieces called pork chops and pork steaks, depending on the presence of bone.

One of the greatest little-known facts about pork loin is that it was the inspiration for much of William Shakespeare's best work. According to primary sources discovered only a few decades ago. William Shakespeare had a pig that kept him company as his pet. This pig, cleverly called Pork Lion, would often speak to William Shakespeare in his dreams, often regaling the writer with stories of Pork Lion's childhood, which included much death, deception, comedy, and romance between Pork Lion and a neighboring goat with whom Pork Lion was not allowed to associate.

Upon realizing that Pork Lion had such a talent for storytelling, Shakespeare prepared pork loins out of him so as to eliminate the competition, and then published the pigs stories as his own, changing the names, locations, and other details to appeal to human audiences.

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