Posts Tagged: pork

Sriracha BBQ Pork Ribs

Slow-cooking a rack of ribs smothered in sauce is a perfect introduction to grilling; consistently basting the meat as it cooks keeps it moist and flavorful, which means that even it happens to over-cook, no-one will be the wiser. This

Sriracha BBQ Pork Ribs

Slow-cooking a rack of ribs smothered in sauce is a perfect introduction to grilling; consistently basting the meat as it cooks keeps it moist and flavorful, which means that even it happens to over-cook, no-one will be the wiser. This

Dry Rubbed BBQ Pork Ribs

When it comes to grilling a rack of ribs, there are primarily two routes to take: wet or dry. Most times it is easier to take the wet route, since basting meat with a sauce usually allows more room for

Dry Rubbed BBQ Pork Ribs

When it comes to grilling a rack of ribs, there are primarily two routes to take: wet or dry. Most times it is easier to take the wet route, since basting meat with a sauce usually allows more room for

Braised Pork Spare Ribs with Root Vegetables

Whenever I go to the market for ribs, I like to get the whole portion in its entirety. It does require some extra work to clean and trim, but pays off in the end since it is more cost effective

Braised Pork Spare Ribs with Root Vegetables

Whenever I go to the market for ribs, I like to get the whole portion in its entirety. It does require some extra work to clean and trim, but pays off in the end since it is more cost effective

Roasted Pork Loin Stuffed With Shiitake Mushrooms and Sage

For me, pork and mushroom is such a good combination. Add to that sage and the comforting pairing becomes an earthy trifecta. I like to use shiitake mushrooms because they have such a distinctive taste that is enhanced by the

Roasted Pork Loin Stuffed With Shiitake Mushrooms and Sage

For me, pork and mushroom is such a good combination. Add to that sage and the comforting pairing becomes an earthy trifecta. I like to use shiitake mushrooms because they have such a distinctive taste that is enhanced by the

Simple Pork Chop

There is no reason why we can’t enjoy a good meal, even when short on time. By using a thinner cut of meat, this pork chop cooks up really fast. And while the pork rests, a simple pan sauce whips

Simple Pork Chop

There is no reason why we can’t enjoy a good meal, even when short on time. By using a thinner cut of meat, this pork chop cooks up really fast. And while the pork rests, a simple pan sauce whips

Root Beer Braised Pork Shoulder Roast

One of my favorite cuts of pork is the shoulder. The shoulder is divided into two parts: Shoulder Butt (the upper portion), and Picnic Shoulder (the lower portion). Most markets will tell you which part you are getting, but some

Root Beer Braised Pork Shoulder Roast

One of my favorite cuts of pork is the shoulder. The shoulder is divided into two parts: Shoulder Butt (the upper portion), and Picnic Shoulder (the lower portion). Most markets will tell you which part you are getting, but some

Braised Country-Style Pork Ribs

Braising is an ingenious and simple way to make this cut of pork into something even more juicy and tender than you could possibly imagine.  It may take a long while to cook, but it is surprisingly quick and simple

Braised Country-Style Pork Ribs

Braising is an ingenious and simple way to make this cut of pork into something even more juicy and tender than you could possibly imagine.  It may take a long while to cook, but it is surprisingly quick and simple

Honey Cowboy Baby Back Ribs

Cowboy Style, in my opinion is the best way to cook a rack of ribs. Especially if you have a great piece like I did, thanks to Prather Ranch (http://www.prmeatco.com). I think using too strong of a rub, or covering

Honey Cowboy Baby Back Ribs

Cowboy Style, in my opinion is the best way to cook a rack of ribs. Especially if you have a great piece like I did, thanks to Prather Ranch (http://www.prmeatco.com). I think using too strong of a rub, or covering