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  • Krave Jerky
    Review: Krave Pork and Turkey Jerky
    Just in case you weren't aware, Jerky Day happens to be June 12th (yes, they have a holiday for everything), so what better way to celebrate than to dig into a package of jerky. Let's talk about the Black Cherry Barbecue Pork Jerky as well...
  • 5 Picnic food ideas to add to your Memorial Day recipes (BBQ chicken, pork...)
    5 Picnic food ideas to add to your Memorial Day recipes (BBQ chicken, pork...)
    Sometimes simple picnic food ideas make the best summer holiday meals. Certainly, on a holiday like Memorial Day, you want to serve foods that taste delicious, but that are casual in nature and easy to make. These Memorial Day recipes work well...
  • Braised country style spare ribs
    Braised country style spare ribs
    The word spare rib does not mean the animal had any ribs to spare. But, rather there was a spare amount of meat along the ribs in comparison to other portions of the pig or cattle it came from. Therefore, their name which can be spelt out either...
  • Cochon555's 2015 tour in full swing: Next stop Washington DC
    Cochon555's 2015 tour in full swing: Next stop Washington DC
    The most epic celebration of pork, Cochon555, is on the road again with its next stop at Washington DC’s Union Market on Sunday, March 22nd where a culinary competition between the brightest regional culinary stars create dishes based on...
  • Pork Loin
    For the love of Pork Loin
    A succulent Pork Loin is always a special treat. As with various choices of cuts from which to choose, electing to serve the cut labeled 'Loin' means you are going for the lean, boneless roast, which by pork lovers everywhere is considered...
  • Heritage Pigs
    Did Cunningham’s Cafe say pork tasting? Sooey!
    Cunningham’s Café is kicking off their supper series with a pork tasting, a Cunningham Farms pork tasting on Saturday, January 24th at 6:30 p.m. Pork, the other white meat, is more than just bacon and Cunningham’s Executive Chef Jason...
  • slow cooker pork cacciatore
    Recipes: slow cooker pork cacciatore
    Coordinating family schedules seems to be an increasingly difficult thing to do, perhaps explaining the increasing popularity of slow cookers but the increased variety of sizes and ability to connect several together to make an entire meal. In...
  • Madame BBQ Donut Pork Slider
    Madame BBQ food truck takes to the road: tasty, quirky and free banter
    Nikki McGowan, aka Madame BBQ, hit the streets of Howard County with her aluminum sided food truck in November with her unique pork BBQ, a passion for food, and witty tête-à-tête. If you work or live in Howard County, consider yourself lucky being...
  • Pork fried rice
    Turn your New Year’s dinner leftover pork roast into pork fried rice
    New Year’s Day dinner is over and now you have leftover pork roast with no clue how to get your family to eat the rest so it doesn't go to waste. How would your family react about whipping up a batch of pork friend rice?The pork fried...
  • NC's pork king: Nahunta Pork Center
    NC's pork king: Nahunta Pork Center
    Right in the heart of 'cue country, North Carolina, there's a store where you get all the ingredients to do it yourself! Nahunta Pork Center has everything from the piggy 'cept the squeak. The place is amazing! They buy livestock...
  • They eat what?
    Don't worry: Retrospective study says no hep E from feeding blood to pigs
    One of the broadly undiscussed facets of modern agriculture is the feeding of blood products to animals that are naturally vegetarian. Spray-dried porcine plasma (SDPP), for example, is fed to pigs worldwide. Scientists have recently become...
  • Mangalitsa pig
    LA Chefs’ Suppliers – Winkler Wooly Pigs Farm's pork - Part 3 of 4
    Part three of a four part series. Please click here for Part One.While a rose maybe a rose is a rose, a pig is definitely not a pig is a pig. All fat isn't the same either. The meat and fat composition of different breeds of pigs vary plus...
  • In the woods with the Mangalista pigs at Winkler Wooly Pigs
    LA Chefs’ Suppliers – Winkler Wooly Pigs Farm Part 2 of 4
    Part two of a four part series. Please click here for Part One.A little over an hour north of San Francisco, Tim Winkler of Winkler Wooly Pigs currently breeds and raises Mangalista pigs on five different properties. At his home base in Windsor,...
  • Honey-Chile-Lime Pork
    Honey-Chile-Lime Pork Roast
    Honey. Chile. Lime. All three can stand on their own, but when combined form a savory, spicy, sweet and tart marinade for meat. Whether a pork roast, chicken or turkey, this marinade is so simple that it should be a staple in your recipe...
  • Pork tenderloin sandwich: it's an Indiana thing!
    Pork tenderloin sandwich: it's an Indiana thing!
    While I was checking out some harness racing in history Corydon, Indiana -- the state's first capital, an Ohio River Scenic Byway town -- I tried an unexpected taste treat! The Hoosier State is known for what they call a "Pork Tenderloin...
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