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  • Pork-centric recipes from new cookbook ‘Hog’

    Go whole hog – or just a few pork chops – with recipes from butcher and meat supplier Richard H. Turner, curator of the United Kingdom’s Meatopia festival. Here are …

  • Shawn Vestal: Congress could try some pork in its diet

    Pork fat is delicious. But might it also be the grease that is needed to unlock dysfunctional Washington, D.C.? Former Rep. George Nethercutt is making that case, sort of. Nethercutt, …

  • Burger King using cage-free products by 2017

    The movement by U.S. food corporations toward more humane treatment of animals experienced a whopper of a shift today when Burger King announced that all of its eggs and pork …

  • Dinner in Minutes: Five-spice gives distinct flavor to pork

    The exciting flavors of Chinese cuisine are captured in this five-spice stir-fried pork. Five-spice usually consists of ground cinnamon, cloves, fennel seed, star anise and Szechuan peppercorns. It gives a …

  • Pork gets coating of spices, peanuts

    Barbecued pork is perfect for the waning days of summer. A blend of spices and peanuts rubbed into the meat forms a crust that is a great alternative to a …

  • Dinner in Minutes: Try sweet, spicy glaze on pork

    A quick pork tenderloin on the grill is a perfect way to welcome summer. The flavorful glaze combines honey, ginger and garlic. A thick glaze can burn easily on the …

  • Dinner in Minutes: Sauce enhances lean cut of pork

    A lean cut of meat like pork tenderloin needs a sauce to keep it juicy and give it added flavor. A spicy orange and horseradish coating provides an intriguing flavor …

  • Berry sauce adds zip to pork medallions

    Red Berry Sauce is a simple, tangy sauce perfect for dressing up pork medallions. The sauce is thickened by pureeing cranberries in a blender or food processor. You’ll need only …

  • Chopped pork makes memorable sloppy joes

    The idea behind this pork version of the sloppy joe sandwich wasn’t just to come up with an alternative to ground beef. I wanted something with a totally different – …

  • Cookbooks offer chefs new ways to ham it up

    Cookbooks these days often sport long taglines. But porkistas are refreshingly to the point. Three letters seem to suffice. “Pig,” by cookbook writer James Villas, is nothing less than a …



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