Whether you're biting into tangy pulled pork piled onto a soft white bun or tender medallions of tenderloin, you're going to get one thing from pork: flavor. Pork comes in many different cuts, and each performs differently in the pan. The shoulder braises beautifully, resulting in tender, moist shreds, while the lean tenderloin is best on the grill or in the oven. Pork chop recipes can be quickly sautéed, and are great paired with applesauce or a slaw. As for bacon, well, you can use it in just about anything: Try bacon-wrapped meatloaf, bacon deviled eggs or stick to a classic: a BLT made with garden-fresh tomatoes.
It's true! You can fit meat and gravy into your diabetic meal plan. Each serving has only 4 grams of carb and 2 grams of fat.
There's a surprise hiding inside these crowd-pleasing Pork Burgers: a piece of ooey-gooey Manchego cheese!
Let kids help assemble this fun hotdog. It's also fun to make for edible centerpieces for a child's party.
This tomato-rich salsa stands up to all-beef hot dogs, but will also complement those made from tofu, turkey, and chicken.
Place the pork in your slow cooker with the fat side facing up so all the rich juices drip down on all of the meat.
This super-simple supper--just six ingredients--is a longtime reader favorite.
Brushing the pork cutlets with the apricot preserves and Dijon mustard mixture lends a fruity flavor plus keeps the nuts in place. The wild and brown rice pilaf is a satisfying accompaniment to the crispy pork.
Bake this layered ham and cheese sandwich and serve warm. This game-day snack recipe takes less than 30 minutes from start to finish.
Strong black coffee, brown sugar, and pan drippings are the gravy ingredients that complement these country sausage and biscuit breakfast sandwiches.
We used the classic cobb salad ingredients to make this hearty dinner sandwich.
These little fruit and ham sandwiches are nice for a picnic or potluck.