Pork Chops, Pulled Pork, Ham, And More Pork Recipes (cont'd)

Cheese Stuffed Bacon Wrapped Hot Dogs
Stuffed with cheese then wrapped in bacon, this grilled hot dog recipe is a sure fire hit at any backyard bash. Inspired by Chicago's famed francheesie, our recipe skips the traditional deep frying in favor of the grill for a crisp bacon shell and deep smoky flavor. read more
pulled pork sandwich
This easy pulled pork recipe skips the slow cooker to create authentic low and slow smoked pulled pork on a smoker or grill. With smoke woven through the moist meat, bits of seasoned crust, and a gentle splash of BBQ sauce, BBQ pulled pork is a foolproof low and slow smoked food, perfect for feeding large crowds. read more
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Sous Vide Que Pork Belly
If you like bacon then you'll love pork belly. Fall apart tender and full of smoky goodness, this recipe for sous-vide-que pork belly is sure to be a crowd favorite. Starting with a low and slow sous vide water bath, the moist and tender pork belly is then smoked and grilled to create a truly amazing dish. read more
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pork belly banh mi sandwich recipe
This rich and flavor packed tested recipe for our smoked pork belly version of the classic Vietnamese banh mì sandwich is sure to make your knees buckle. The recipe hits all the right notes for a perfect banh mì, including succulent BBQ pork belly burnt ends, spicy jalapeños, savory mayo, and tangy pickled veggies. read more
redeye gravy and ham
Ham and Redeye Gravy is a hearty Southern breakfast traditionally made in a cast iron pan designed to charge Mom and Dad for a hard day of work. Ham and coffee are the core ingredients, but there are variations on the theme. read more
Korean grilled pork belly
Pork belly tastes fantastic grilled. The key is to braise it first to render out some fat. That avoids a blazing inferno of melted fat your grill. It also gets you a nice crisp exterior on the meat. Then glaze the crispy pork belly with whatever you like. We love spicy-sweet Korean ssam jang here. Try the recipe! read more
finished pork belly porchetta
The quintessential taste of Italy is not pasta, not pizza, not Barolo, and not olive oil. It is porchetta, a rich, fatty, herby, crazy fragrant, crazy good, boneless pork roast swaddled in incredibly crunchy pork cracklins, sliced, and served on a rustic bun. read more
egg rolls and dipping sauce
If you have some leftover pulled pork, here's a creative recipe that lets you enjoy it again in a different way: in spicy, savory pulled pork egg rolls. Delicious! read more
verde pork chili in bowl
Salsa verde, a.k.a. green enchilada sauce, makes a great soup base. Add some smoked and cubed pork butt, and you've got a fantastic salsa verde pork chili. Taste all the smoky, spicy goodness in this simple tested chili recipe. read more
new pork cuts
In April 2013 the National Pork Board announced new names for old familar pork cuts. Here are photos. read more
pork belly bacon potatoes and white sauce on a plate
If you like bacon, you'll love this recipe including both pork belly and bacon. They are suspended over new potatoes as they cook, infusing the potatoes with savory richness. A simple white sauce enhanced with lemon and parsley complete this traditional dish from Denmark. read more
Sous Vide Que Pork Loin
Create perfect pork loins every time with this recipe for sous vide and smoked (sous-vide-que) pork loin. Lean pork loin is cooked to perfection in a sous vide water bath until moist and tender before being finished with indirect heat on the grill until smoky and golden brown. You'll never look at pork loin the same. read more
sweet sour pork
If your Chinese food go-to is sweet and sour pork then you'll love this grilled version. Best of all: No oil, no frying. Not only is it simple to make, the grill amplifies this dish by adding a deep smoky flavor. In addition to grilling the cubed pork tenderloin, the signature pineapple also hits the grill. read more
brads hog
The recipe for purchasing, preparing, and cooking a whole hog or suckling pig and how to hold a traditional Carolina Pig Picking. read more
Making Candied Bacon
The saltiness of bacon is a perfect foil and contrast to sweetness. Here are a variety of methods for creating mouthwatering candied bacon, including brown sugar bacon, toffee bacon, and chocolate bacon. There are several ways to put the concept to work, and of course it is best with homemade bacon. read more

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Mary had a little pig

Mary had a little pig,

She kept it fat and mellow.

And when the price of pork went up,

Dad shot the little fellow.

Mary had a little pig.

Her father shot it dead.

Now it goes to school with her,

Between two hunks of bread.

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