I just recently realized that not many fast food joints, or restaurants in general, serve pork dishes. Panda express for example, has no pork and it's suppose to be a chinese restaurant. And a lot of local chinese restaurants here in west texas also have no pork, or have it on their menu, but don't serve it. What the fuck.
Do you not have a P.F. Chang's around where you live? They have good pork dumplings.
Also, try BBQ joints for pork. They're truly American and thankfully repel all kinds of jews and mudslimes.
that's weird, east texas here and i see plenty of pork dishes. lots of pulled pork, pork in tacos, pork at our chinese food places (shredded garlic pork is pretty good shit yo). and obviously lots of bacon everywhere
>enter pizza joint
>realize they don't have any pork toppings
>smile apologetically and leave
>have your infidel throat cut in the name of Allah the glorious and peaceful
>newspaper headlines say some racist bastard got what he deserved
More or less, I was refering to fast food chain restaurants. I think McDonalds is the only one offering the mcrib atm. But now that the above mentioned it, I'm now more inclined to believe that most of my local restaurants stopped serving pork due to the increasing muslim population here in west texas. Fucking a, man.
>asking what kind of meats Chinese eat
Lap Cheong sausages are the traditional Chinese equivalent to bacon - pork salted and smoked with spices then used in cooking to provide fat and flavor to whatever they share the pan with.
PF Chang's is fucking terrible. It's terribleness is hugely compounded by it's retardedly inflated price. I'm afraid I must inform you that in addition to having no taste, you are dumb. Literally any local Chinese shithole will have better food. Kill yourself.
I'm in the US and pork is everywhere in my city (except lunchcarts who generally sell turkey bacon instead of regular bacon). Plenty of Italians making cured sausages and you got to love what the Koreans do with their pork.
Not bacon, but they eat a lot of pork
>there are twice as many pigs in china as there are people in america
>the chinese symbol for home is the symbol for pig underneath a roof, because a home is not complete without a pig
McDonald's has seasonal brats and mcribs.
DQ, Sonic's, and others have hot dogs and corn dogs.
Culver's has pork tenderloin sandwiches.
Fast casual like Noodles n' Company, Panera, Qdoba, and Chipotle have pork options.
Everywhere has bacon and sausage, especially on their breakfast menus, not to mention pizza places.
Definitely pork on the menu of fast food, but the reason pork tenderloin and chops are scarce is the same reason why beef steak is, because it costs a little more and thus has a little less of a market. That, and the logistics to support niche menu items.
Eh....you're not missing much unless you have a Sichuan restaurant near you. Cantonese style Chinese food (which is what you have there in West Texas, I know, I used to live there, god help me) is just as good with chicken or seafood, or beef as it is with pork. But Sichuan food uses a lot of pork, and much of it is spicy as fuck and is LOVELY.