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Barnsley chop

There is much confusion over what consists of a true Barnsley chop! To most butchers in Britain it is a butterflied chop taken right across the loin - so a double sided chop (as illustrated). But traditional butchers in Barnsley itself, cut it as a very thick chop cut just over the kidney on one side only.

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