A weeknight riff on slow-roasted pulled pig and burgers that juxtaposes tangy barbecue sauce, sweet pork, and old-fashioned slaw. All in a jiffy.
How to make head-turning, crowd-pleasing ribs? Simple. Forgo the dry rub on ‘em. Smoke ‘em low and slow. And slather ‘em with a boozy sauce.
Get your pig on with chunks of crisp-edged, knee-wobblingly tender lusciousness. Sorta screams for some soft tortillas and cerveza.
Sweet. Sour. Sticky. It’s a trifecta of sorts that will not fail you, especially when slathered on ribs grilled low and slow. Uh, pass the napkins, please.
The traditional Italian approach to pizza is one of restraint. We, uh, sort of took a few liberties. Okay. A lot of liberties.
There’s a reason this stroke of Italian brilliance, which infuses a relatively cheap cut of pork with a subtle milky sweetness, is a classic. One taste and you’ll be thanking us.
There’s nothing wallflowerish about this stir-fry, not with its gingery zing of tongue-tingling, sinus-clearing, tummy-settling ginger. Nothing at all.
Unspeakably more nuanced than takeout Thai, these stir-fried noodles boast a sigh-inducing balance of salty, sour, and sweet.
A long, slow spell in the oven coaxes this lusciously fatty, fat, fat pork roast into supple, aromatic, cider-infused, sigh-inducing submission.
The trickiest part of this recipe? Not drifting into a reverie at the mere thought of these subtly sweet chops.
Only subtly spicy, these pork chops take on an air of intrigue with their warming and evocative aroma and taste. Certain to spark conversation, if not seconds.
Jambalaya just doesn’t get any more authentic than this deeply flavored, deeply revered rendition from Cajun country.
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