Celebrity Chef Rick Moonen Creates Recipes for Famous Pork Chop Leftovers at Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille
When Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille created the signature Pork Chop decades ago, Founder Chris Perry had a vision: exceptional dining doesn’t end until the very last bite. Perry unveiled a generously sized, seven-finger-high entrée that would create leftovers for most, thus extending the Rare and Well Done® experience to patrons’ homes for the next day.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille is proud to announce a continuation of the ultimate dining experience by releasing at-home recipes for the Famous Pork Chop leftovers, allowing patrons to personally create a different menu item the next day.
Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille now offers an online library of leftover recipes, carefully curated by Celebrity Chef Rick Moonen, Perry’s Master Development Chef. At-home leftover recipe options will initially include Perry’s White Bean Pork Chili, Perry’s Pork Stroganoff, Perry’s Spicy Pork Larb Cabbage Wraps and Perry’s Pork Quesadillas. Guests are encouraged to revisit the website every few months, as the restaurant will be adding recipes to the collection, inspired by flavors of each season.
“We’re very excited to give our guests the opportunity to slice, dice and plate their own dish with our Famous Chop,” states Chef Rick Moonen, Perry’s Master Development Chef. “I’ve personally created these recipes with our patrons in mind, wanting to give them a new way to enjoy the classic favorite.”
At-home chefs are encouraged to share their favorite recipe featuring Perry’s pork chop on their personal social media page by tagging @PerrysDining on Facebook or @PerrysSteakhouse on Instagram, and utilizing the hashtag #LeftOverChopChallenge for a chance to be featured on the steakhouse’s webpage and receive a free Pork Chop Friday Lunch.
Perry’s iconic Pork Chop Friday Lunch begins every Friday at 10:30 a.m. and lasts until 4 p.m., featuring a lunch-cut portion of the Perry’s Famous Pork Chop served with whipped potatoes and homemade applesauce for just $16. Guests can also choose to forego the Famous Chop, choosing between an entrée salad or other featured items from the lunch or full dinner menus available all day.
Too full for dessert? Be sure to get one of their fabulous desserts to take home to enjoy later as well.
Each week, Perry’s Sunday Supper Special begins at 4 p.m. and features a three-course dinner with the choice of a soup or salad, the sweet and smoky seven-finger-high pork chop, and the dessert trio for $39.
Please visit PerrysSteakhouse.com or call to make your reservation today.