Posts filed under: Pork

I recently shared a Berkshire pork chop recipe with cinnamon apples. I just can’t get enough of these chops – it was so good, I had to do another. Berkshire pork is the best-tasting pork I have ever had… it...
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  Berkshire pork is the best-tasting pork I have ever had… it is the Kobe beef of pork. It’s pricey, but bite for bite it’s worth it. The cinnamon-spiced apples are a great accompaniment....
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  Since the tenderloin is not a working muscle in quadrupeds, it is quite tender. The not-so-secret to cooking pork is to not overcook it. For roasts and loins, I always recommend a good meat thermometer....
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If you’re already a fan of pork chops and pork tenderloin, it’s time to get acquainted with pork loin roast. Don’t be put off by its larger size – the loin roast is just as tender and mild as the...
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The great thing about smoked meats—besides the wonderful flavor—is that they are fully cooked, requiring a simple warmup on the stove, on the grill, or in the oven. These smoked pork chops only need a few minutes in a frying...
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