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An easy yet impressive main dish, crown roast of pork is served with a savory mushroom stuffing.
This show-stopping pork roast features exquisite taste and elegant presentation, but the reason it's one of our favorites is that it's so easy and reliable - you'll get great results every time.
Taylor Boetticher, founder of the Napa charcuterie company Fatted Calf, roasts this bone-in pork loin the best way possible: by cutting the loin off the rib bones (which any butcher should be able to do), rubbing the meat with a bright mix of fresh herbs and garlic, then tying the bones back on. The ribs themselves help to keep the meat moist in the oven. They also become especially crisp and succulent; pass them alongside the roast for guests to eat with their hands.
Hours of simmering tenderizes the pork shoulder to perfection. We have added squash, parsnips, carrots, and mushrooms for a satisfying one-pot meal.
Champagne vinegar, made from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes, gets its rich, mellow flavor from being aged in oak barrels, like wine. David Page uses J. LeBlanc Champagne vinegar (available from lobels.com) to braise this luscious bone-in pork shoulder that's also flavored with cumin, coriander, and mustard seed.
For the regal -- and expensive -- pork crown roast, F&W Test Kitchen Associate Melissa Rubel Jacobson replaced the run-of-the-mill garlic-herb coating with a smoky harissa version. "I love the way it turns from a paste to a crispy crust," she says.
For this recipe, a pork shoulder is braised in balsamic vinegar and red wine, both of which balance the sweetness of the fruit and contribute a delectable kick to the sauce.
Pork shoulder is a succulent cut that's best braised or roasted slowly, so it stays tender and juicy. The sweet-and-savory glazed pork here is terrific with or without the garlic-and-dried-apricot stuffing.
Pork shoulder is often braised or smoked, but Andrew Green, wine director for the Bacchus Management Group (which includes Spruce in San Francisco), rubs it with garlic and herbs, then slow-roasts the meat until it's juicy and crusty.
Apple and sage make a perfect flavor combination for pork. Savor the delicious gravy over mashed potatoes.
Try this spruced-up version of traditional Southern comfort food the next time your family has something to celebrate. Stir in Monterey Jack and cheddar for a cheesy take on grits.
When it comes to how to cook pork roast, simple recipes are often the best because they let the subtle flavors of the meat take center stage. Garlic, rosemary and other herbs and spices perfectly complement this pork without overpowering its natural taste and aroma.
In Italian cuisine, a sugo is a gravy or sauce. Here, Ethan Stowell prepares a pork sugo by braising pork shoulder until it almost falls apart, shredding it in a food processor and mixing it with a red-wine-and-tomato sauce; then he bakes it with orecchiette under a topping of Parmigiano cheese until crispy. The dish is an excellent alternative to the usual baked pasta, because it's not as heavy and cheesy but still delicious and satisfying.
With pork roast, sweet potatoes and Brussels sprouts, every bite of this down-home dinner smacks of fall!
A great slow cooked stroganoff using pork tenderloin.
A Christmas dinner special, roast pork loin is as delicious as it looks. The added roasted vegetables and apricot stuffing makes this an incredible meal ready for any special occasion.