I’ve always been intimidated by cooking a rack of ribs. After all, ribs are the product of expert, smoker savvy, trophy winning Southeastern barbecue gurus with secret rubs and trademarked mops. But Yoder Meats has changed all of that for me. I subscribe to their newsletter and on Friday a recipe came through for sheet
Pork Loin Roast is brined in Pumpkin Cider and then slathered in a mustard, maple syrup glaze. A great recipe for entertaining.
Campfire Ribs. Boiling these ribs prior to cooking them completely will give you a succulent dish where the meat falls right off of the bone. And once in the marinade, easy to transport to your campsite or to your back patio grill for a quick cook.
Foregoing heavy glazes, this lighter version allows the meat to shine in this glorious Thyme-Honey Glazed Ham, recipe from Gourmet Magazine.
Dr. Pepper and a combination of spices tenderize, caramelize and flavorize a pork shoulder roast. An easy and flavorful recipe to feed a crowd.
Ready in about 30 minutes, this is a great weeknight quick fix meal. Simply fry up a pound of ground pork, boil some water for Pad Thai noodles, add some Asian flavors, shredded vegetables and you’ve got an addicting plate of noodles.
It’s time for our December Blogger C.L.U.E. event, but first a big thanks and congratulations to Liz over at That Skinny Chick Can Bake for organizing our group and for a successful inaugural launch in November. How much fun is this…each month we’re assigned to a blog and we’re given a clue. With that clue, we’re
Hungarian Pork Stew. Pork roast is simmered in a broth of hot paprika, sweet paprika and smoked paprika and served over hot buttered noodles. A Perfect meal to celebrate the Fall season.
Pork and apples are a classic pairing, and figs and sweet anise seed, orange juice and red wine vinegar, all add an exciting depth of flavor for a wonderful slow cooked meal.
No matter how you flavor the pork, this method for grilling is great. Results are a tender flavorful crust and a tender melt in your mouth pork tenderloin.