For this pork loin recipe, Mario Batali blends porchetta, a highly seasoned boneless roast suckling pig with pork loin. An intense porchetta recipe.
Pancetta, unsmoked bacon cured with salt and seasonings is the backbone of many Italian dishes. Make it at home with pork belly and this dry cure recipe.
French women don’t get fat eating this salad. Slices of duck breast are laid atop a mixed green salad with a tangy red-wine dressing. An elegant lunch.
Deeply smoked garlicky pork sausage and gruyere cheese are tossed in a mustard vinaigrette and served over field greens in this French country salad recipe.
For a quick, satisfying dinner, make this pasta salad with strips of seared sirloin ahead of time. Refrigerated or fresh, any flavor of tortellini will do.
A rib roast is studded with garlic and rubbed with salt, pepper, and smoke paprika. After roasting, a sauce is made from the drippings. Easy entertaining.
For this beef recipe, tri tip is marinated in olive oil, rosemary, and black pepper. It’s then grilled and served with a garlicky-spicy olive mayonnaise.
This French recipe calls for pork chops to be seared and dressed with a pan sauce spiked with shallots, garlic, cornichons, and Dijon mustard.
These pork chops with vinegar and sweet peppers are juicy because they’re brined. Bell peppers add sweetness to the pork chops, while vinegar adds tang.
Indonesian saté, marinated meat on skewers with peanut sauce is popular all over the world. Instead of chicken or pork, this recipe uses turkey.
Meaty chicken legs are sauteed in butter with plenty of garlic and then white wine and verjus are tipped in. The crowning touch is the addition of sour grapes.
Chicken Marbella, a sell-out at The Silver Palate, is filled with chunks of chicken and flavored with vinegar, brown sugar, dried plums, and olives
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