Green’s Dictionary of Slang

pork chops n.

(US) material or sensual gratification, often referring to sex.

[US]Ade Hand-made Fables 112: They were Proud Possessions but he could not convert them into Pork Chops. He wanted a Roll.
[US](con. 1920s) J.T. Farrell Young Manhood in Studs Lonigan (1936) 192: I know where I can find my pork chops.
[US]‘Ed Lacy’ Room to Swing 40: Today you can’t make your pork chops unless you’re a regular mechnical whiz.
[US]B. Jackson Get Your Ass in the Water (1974) 135: Now you better take heed, papa, to what I’m tellin’ you, / before you fall back off your porkchops [sic] down to your plain beef stew.
[US](con. 1930s) R. Wright Lawd Today 93: And when my old aunt Mary was washing out her bloomers the hot smell of them soapsuds rose up [...] and your greatgreatgreat grandma turned over in her grave and said: ‘Lawd, I sure thank Thee for the smell of them pork chops Yous cooking up in Heaven’.
Dorsets ‘Pork Chops’ [lyrics] When it comes to good lovin’, don’t forget to buy me some pork chops / [...] / Every day I need some of them sweet-smellin’ pork chops.