Green’s Dictionary of Slang

pork chop n.2

1. (US) an attractive young woman [? pork chops n.; or she is ‘good enough to eat’].

[US]Rosa Henderson ‘Do That Thing’ [lyrics] Oh, Papa! / Just like a house mop; / You’ve cleaned up, come get your pork chop!
[US]‘Joe Bob Briggs’ Joe Bob Goes to the Drive-In 149: All I could see was about seventeen porkchops stuffed in yellow body stockings that had ‘Le Bodine’ stamped right across the garbonza portion.

2. (US) a dollar [image of money as a staple of life].

[US]I. Wolfert Tucker’s People (1944) 11: ‘That’s a lot of pork chops,’ said Leo.

3. (US) a black person who, despite supposed advances in equality, is willing to accept an inferior position to that of whites; also as adj. [the stereotype of pork chops as a staple black food].

[[US]J.T. Farrell ‘Merry Clouters’ in Fellow Countrymen (1937) 396: Hell, didn’t you guys know that Hennessey loves dark shanks?’ Young Rocky said. ‘Big boy, don’t you all speak against mah pok chops,’ Hennessey said, extravagantly imitating Negro dialect].
[US]I.L. Allen Lang. of Ethnic Conflict 50: Status Diminution: pork-chop [a term applied also to other groups].
[US]D. Pinckney High Cotton (1993) 115: She would not take castoffs from no-butt honkies or pork-chop nationalists.