Pork Chops, Pulled Pork, Ham, Ribs, And More Pork Recipes

It is said that the pig should be sainted because it is so reviled in life and revered in death. Certainly no other animal is so well used as a foodstuff. Chefs talk about cooking "everything but the squeal". There are sooooo many recipes for pork around the world. From rooter to tooter. Everything but the squeal is delicious. And it is all better on the grill or smoker.

"All animals are equal, but some animals are more equal than others."

Napoleon, Leader of the Pigs, from Animal Farm by George Orwell, 1945
anatomy of a baby back rib
Our mouthwatering ribs recipe starts with an award winning spice rub and ends with championship tangy sweet sauce. They are soooo juicy and tender, just like the competition pitmasters and the best ribjoints do it. And you don't need a smoker! A reader named this recipe because he wanted these ribs for his last meal. read more
wet cured ham
Create the best ham you've ever tasted with this recipe for the ultimate smoked ham. Ordinary store bought ham is taken over the top by slowly smoking it on the grill. The true star of the show, however, is the sweet and savory glaze composed of apricot preserves, honey, brown sugar, mustard, Worcestershire, and more. read more
may rib eater
What are amazing ribs? When I judge barbecue, here's what I look for: Appearance, scent, pork flavor, seasonings, smoke, sauce, texture, and balance. read more
Bacon Dog Sandwich with Jalapeno Jelly and Slaw
Here's the craziest "hot dog" ever, made of pure bacon spiced with jalapeno jelly and topped with crisp, sweet and sour slaw. This mouthful of joy could only come from the creative mind of the world's best traveled chef, Andrew Zimmern. It's perfect any time you want to wow the crowd at your BBQ and grilling cookout. read more
finished ham
Create a smoked ham at home that will put any store-bought ham to shame thanks to this simple, yet flavor packed recipe. The key to creating a ham like the ones you normally purchase during the holidays is the curing process. Without it you won't achieve the same flavor or deep red color of a traditional holiday ham. read more
chinese ribs
Experience the best Asian-style ribs you have ever had with this recipe for Hoisinful Nine Dragon Chinese Ribs. Based on an amazing dish at a now defunct Chicago Chinese restaurant, meaty baby back ribs are marinated in flavorful hoisin sauce before being finished on the grill for a sweet and smoky blast of flavor. read more
pulled pork sandwich
Succulent, juicy, smokey, seductive, this recipe for making pulled pork from pork butt is easy. With smoke woven through the moist meat, bits of seasoned crust mixed in, and a gentle splash of barbecue sauce, pulled pork is the most versatile and foolproof low and slow smoked food, perfect for feeding large crowds. read more
tuscan ribs
Ribs have never tasted better than with this tested recipe for Tuscan Marinated Ribs. In Italy pork on the grill, carne di maiale alla griglia, is extremely popular as are fresh herbs. This recipe features a flavorful herbed oil and vinegar marinade and roasting without smoke. The results are complex and exotic. read more
pork burger
These wonderfully flavorful and juicy burgers contain most of the same ingredients found in the Chinese restaurant classic, Mu Shu Pork (also spelled Moo Shu Pork). In this delicious recipe, this famous dish is deconstructed and reconfigured as an Asian-inspired Mu Shu Pork Burger that is sure to wow your guests. read more
temps
There are several techniques to tell when your ribs are ready: bend, twist, peek-a-boo, taste, toothpick, popup, and thermometer test. read more

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