Recipes such as Apply-Thyme Marinade for Pork, Beer-Marinated Pork Chops, or Marinated Pork Tenderloin illustrate just how fantastic pork can be when combined with a delightful marinade.See Popular Pork Marinades Recipes
This started out as strictly a North Carolina-style barbecue, but over the years it has evolved. The rub is more Memphis, and it helps produce a better "outside brown," those prized bits of char that get chopped into pork barbecue. The injected brine is Cuban in influence; injecting pork shoulders is all the rage now, and with good reason. It helps keep the pork moist and get flavor from the inside out.
Ideal for a brunch or dinner buffet.
For this easy entree, just brush thick pork chops with a flavorful marinade of herb and olive oil, and then roast until done.
Never dry, always juicy and flavorful, this super-simple pork tenderloin marinates overnight to yield delectable results.
Fresh mint and pepper jelly provide the right balance of "cool" and "hot" in this salsa. It's the perfect accent to the jerk-seasoned pork.
Thick pork chops sizzling on the grill have are a favorite summer dinner in Iowa. This slightly sweet marinade makes the juiciest chops ever.
You know, down South we love a barbecue flavor to our pork.
An African-inspired dish.
Marinades offer a tasty method of imparting flavor to chicken, pork, beef, and seafood. This herb-based version adds a burst of garlic too.
This spicy, golden marinade, with a splash of sweet honey, is delicious used on pork, chicken, lamb, or beef.
Close your eyes, take a bite, and you feel like you're in The Islands!