Pancetta is simply unsmoked bacon—aka pork belly—cured with salt and seasonings. And now you can DIY it.
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.
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.
Doused with cooling guacamole, these spiced meatballs boast all manner of usefulness.
For this Chinese recipe, tender baby back pork ribs are marinated in a spiky rice wine-soy sauce brew, seared, then braised slow and long until tender.
A Chinese New Year’s classic, these pork spareribs portend abundance in more ways than one.
Cooking pork shoulder, liver, and duck fat with spices, splashes of Cognac and wine makes a simple, hearty French country pate. Perfect for entertaining.
Posole is a thick, hearty soup, but the name also refers to dried corn. For this recipe use canned hominy and pork shoulder. Cook until the meat is tender.
Pork loin roast and its accompanying buttery sauce are filled with prunes, a great companion for pork. The recipe is simple and perfect for entertaining.
Pork and clams, a classic Portuguese combination, are paired with tomatoes, garlic, herbs, and a pinch of crushed pepper. For a twist, bone-in pork loin is used.
Pork loin is first brined then pot-roasted for maximum flavor. Fall fruits, including raisins, figs, apricots, and prunes, are stewed and added to the pot.
These breads are chockfull of Portuguese sausage, including linguica and presunto. Add cheese, like a robust Sao Jorge, and they become a meal in themselves.
Meaty pork spareribs are marinated in Portugal’s molho de piri-piri, a traditional hot sauce, then grilled over an open flame.
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