Pig in the freezer is great!!
To find the pork chops, cut the rib slabs off up near the spine. I have a special pair of garden loppers that are clean and oiled with vegetable oil to cut bones and through joints and such. I find that easier than a knife. Anyway, cut either through the spine with a saw or some such implement, or cut the ribs off the spine in a big slab. Then cut halfway through the lower rib slab horizontally. That’s where the loppers come in really handy for cutting through the bones. That lower cut off part is what is usually sold as ‘baby back ribs’, I think. On the top thicker slab of ribs, if you slice up between each rib, that’s where the pork chops are hiding. Basically, a pork chop is a bit of upper rib with a slice of the loin. Which does sacrifice the loin as a separate cut of meat.
Is your electrician’s name Miles? He’s our electrician and dropping a pig off somewhere sounds like something he’d do.
Do you want the occasional rabbit to eat? These are all English angoras, so they’d be about a five pound rabbit. I sometimes get one that shouldn’t be bred or I don’t want to sell or keep for some other reason and they can go to folks for dinners. You’d have to get it from a live rabbit to dinner, though, I’ve not gotten to the stage of bopping them on the head yet. Not to sound like a weenie or anything, but they’re just too cute!