An elegant yet easy approach to roast pork that draws on iconic autumn flavors. And it’s as affordable as it is impressive.
This caramelized pork is sweet, salty, savory, and a little spicy. It’s every bit as good as what you’ll find in your local Vietnamese restaurant and completely doable on a weeknight.
This Ooni pizza with Portuguese sausage and sheep’s cheese has a smoky, spicy flavor that is great for pizza Fridays.
Smoky, spicy, perfectly tender pork ribs. Every time. Here’s how you make them.
Excuse us, but we’re too preoccupied stuffing our pieholes with roast pork butt to say anything. Hey, anyone seen the napkins?!
These spicy Cantonese-inspired salt and pepper pork chops are so easy to make that they’re securing a permanent spot in our weeknight rotation.
Smoky grilled pork burgers, crunchy coleslaw, and creamy yum yum sauce, all in one unbelievably good handheld package. You’re welcome.
This easy riff on choripán, made with chicken sausage and fresh chimichurri, is on the table in just 30 minutes. You’re welcome.
No need to hover over a grill for these sweet and spicy pork ribs. Marinate them overnight, toss them in the oven and you’re done.
Making fresh homemade Spanish sausage is completely doable at home and it’s easier than you may think.
This easy pork tenderloin that’s smothered in salty-sweet fig and mustard sauce is one more reason to love your air fryer.
Pork tenderloin gets the star treatment here with a topping of buttery pan-seared mushrooms and a slightly sweet apricot and white wine sauce.
If you’ve got some time, patience, and access to a smoker, homemade smoked Portuguese sausage is within your reach. Go on. Impress your friends.
This umami-rich bowl of creamy comfort requires only one pan, is on the table in just 40 minutes, and utilizes a genius hack for creating a stroganoff-esque sauce.
Cheese and charcuterie boards take a little more work than just piling up the good stuff. Read on to learn how to make incredible appetizer perfection.
Sweetly salty to taste, easy peasy to make, and lovey dove with white wine, these just may be the perfect before-dinner nibble.
A long, slow spell in the oven coaxes this lusciously fatty, fat, fat pork roast into supple, aromatic, cider-infused, sigh-inducing submission.
Bursting with flavor from fennel, coriander, and caramelized cabbage, these pork tenderloins are a perfect Weeknight Winner®.
This slow-cooked pork dish is sublime on a chilly evening. Full of big flavors that come together for a satiating and comforting meal, it’s superb.
Sous vide cooking ensures that your pork chops will never be dry again. A little time is all it takes to make the kind of chops you’ve only ever dreamed about.