Pork
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Pork
  • Bourbon BBQ Meatballs

    These simple appetizer spinach meatballs are the perfect holiday addition—a quick homemade bourbon BBQ sauce mixed with savory meatballs. What’s not to love?

  • Polpettone, Italian Beef & Veal Meatloaf in Dry Vermouth

    Polpettone is an Italian-style meatloaf made with veal, beef and pancetta. The lack of any tomato sauce and the addition of the grated Parmesan cheese along with the lemon zest, cinnamon and touch of nutmeg in the loaf may seem a bit odd at first but once you taste it, you’ll realize this dish is an easy centerpiece for an Italian feast.

  • Dukka Encrusted Pork Loin

    Dukka is an Egyptian spice blend that is easy to make at home and works well with meat like pork or lamb. A simple toasting of hazelnuts along with coriander, cumin and sesame seeds and you have an easy elegant meal that will impress your family or loved ones.

  • Bacon and Leek Arancini (Fried Risotto Balls)

    This updated version of the classic Sicilian fried cheese-stuffed rice balls are coated with Panko bread crumbs, a Japanese style bread crumb that stays crunchy and crisp when fried. If you can’t find them at the grocery store you can always substitute regular bread crumbs in its place.

  • Pork Chops with Pineapple and Papaya Salsa

    Everyone knows that ham and pineapple are a given! But don’t overlook pork chops or tenderloin. A fresh and vibrant salsa with pineapple and papaya, crispy chunks of cucumber and fennel and a touch of chili heat make for a wonderful combination. I’ve added a sweet and sumptuous glaze for the pork with 5-spice and honey to round out the flavors!

  • Cuban Reuben

    The Big Apple’s always been about creative mash-ups, especially when it comes to food: after all, it’s New York City. The Cuban Reuben offers some uptown-downtown inspiration for your own kitchen creativity by giving two classic food traditions a spin. Pork tenderloin gets a juicy kick from a citrus and garlic marinade, then deli-thin slices are layered with Swiss and tangy sauerkraut.

  • Pork Shoulder Roast

    Pork shoulder is one of my all-time favorite cuts of meat – it's so versatile. You can cook it for a shorter period of time for sliced pork, cook it longer for shredded or pulled pork. You can roast, braise or smoke it. You can cut it in small chunks and make stew. This time, we’re looking for very tender pork for barbecue pork sandwiches.

  • Bacon & Provolone Stuffed Pork Chops

    A tangy sweet and sour sauce is the perfect counterpart to the creamy, salty and smoky filling.

  • Pork Parmesan

    Make this crowd-pleaser ahead of time through step #3, place the cutlets on the baking sheet and top them with the sauce and cheese. Just before serving, bring the pork to room temperature and finish in the oven for the final 10 minutes of cooking, or until they’re heated through.

  • Pork Chops Diane

    This beloved classic is as at home on your weeknight dinner table as it is at a formal dinner party.

  • Pork Chuletas with Salsa Criolla

    This Peruvian salsa of onions, sweet peppers and bright lime juice is served on many meats and fish, but is especially good against the crunchy crust and tender, juicy meat of this fried pork chop.

  • Crown Roast of Pork with Apple Cornbread Stuffing and Cider Reduction

    This is a meal fit for a king and queen—or a special holiday celebration. The stuffing may be made one day ahead and stored separately from the meat.