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Dutch-Oven Thyme Pork Roast

What’s a pork roast? Just about any unsliced cut from the hog. For this recipe made in a Dutch oven, get a loin-end pork roast. If you prefer a boneless cut, use center-cut pork roast. [more…]

New England Boiled Dinner

Although this New England boiled dinner recipe is very similar to corned beef and cabbage, a smoked pork butt in the New England boiled dinner gives delicious results in less time than corned beef. Available [more…]

Apricot-Glazed Pork Chops

In this recipe, apricot jam is the base for a sweet and spicy glaze with which you cover the pork chops. These apricot-glazed pork chops are a wonderfully flavorful grilled main dish. [more…]

Ja Jiang Mein (Noodles with Meat Sauce)

In northern China, people enjoy this flavorful noodle dish hot or at room temperature. Enjoy ja jiang mein at whatever temperature you like. (And any time is noodle time in northern China.) In case you’re [more…]

Bucatini with Tomatoes, Onions, and Pancetta

This bucatini recipe is one of the most popular pasta dishes in Italy. When you mix the bucatini pasta with the vegetables and pancetta (or American-style bacon), you get an Italian dish to die for. [more…]

Deviled Ham Sandwiches

Deviled ham doesn’t have to come from that little paper-wrapped can. Try this tasty retro variety of deviled ham sandwiches, and you’ll be hooked. You can add sprouts, watercress, sliced pepperoncini, [more…]

Peach-Glazed Pork Chops

Fruit and pork are a delightful duet. When fresh peaches are in season, peel and slice two large fresh peaches for this pork chop recipe. Otherwise, use frozen peach slices. [more…]

Twice-Cooked Pork

This twice-cooked pork recipe first simmers the pork in a fragrant mixture of rice wine, ginger, and green onions tenderizes it and keeps it moist, then finishes the dish by stir-frying the sliced, simmered [more…]

Chicken and Sausage Gumbo

Straight from Cajun country to your table, this chicken and sausage gumbo is fantastic. When preparing chicken and sausage gumbo, you may find making the roux a little tricky — just be sure not to burn [more…]

Lemon and Thyme Pork Stew

This stew of braised pork and vegetables with a hint of lemon makes for a delicious supper. Lemon and thyme pork stew needs only a tossed green salad and some crisp, crusty bread as accompaniments. [more…]

Carnitas Norteñas

This carnitas norteñas recipe includes pork chunks slowly simmered in fat. Carnitas norteñas are delicious in tacos or burritos, or accompanied with beans and rice. [more…]

Sausage and Beans

This sausage and beans recipe stretches a modest amount of meat to feed an entire family. You cook the sausage with beans so that the meat is more a flavoring than the focal point of this dish. [more…]

Gluten-Free Delight: Ham with Glazed Bananas

If you like Bananas Foster, you’ll love this rendition with ham made with naturally gluten-free ingredients. Select fairly firm bananas so they don’t get too soft when cooked. If the ham you select has [more…]

Cassoulet: An Inexpensive Main Dish for Christmas

Cassoulet is a festive, budget-friendly main dish that's just right for a family Christmas dinner. This version of the classic French casserole makes a rich bean stew full of five types of meat. You can [more…]

How to Make Fresh Ham with Gravy for Christmas Dinner

Fresh ham with herb gravy is a great choice for Christmas dinner, especially if you have a crowd. Served with mashed potatoes, roasted apples or pears, and a green veggie, ham can make a festive holiday [more…]

Paleo Diet Recipe: Slow Cooker Pork and Sauerkraut

You can eat like a (civilized) cave man with this recipe for a one-pot Paleo entree: Slow Cooker Pork and Sauerkraut. The secret to this Paleo pleaser is to brown the pork before adding the sauerkraut. [more…]

Fragrantly Spiced Maple Spareribs Recipe

Although the marinating time is long, these ribs are easy to prepare. They can be partially cooked ahead of time and finished just before you plan to serve them. They’ve always been a hit on my family's [more…]

Recipe for Hot and Spicy Roasted Ribs

These pork ribs absorb the flavor of the tangy dry rub. They're absolutely scrumptious. Before broiling, however, you can baste the ribs with some of the barbecue sauce. [more…]

Spicy Roast Pork Recipe

In this recipe, the roast is marinated with fragrant spices. It’s an unusual but delicious way to prepare pork. Baste every 10 minutes during the last 30 minutes of roasting with the orange currant glaze [more…]

Roasting Times and Temperatures for Poultry and Meat

The tables here give approximate cooking times and temperatures for roasting beef, poultry, pork, and lamb. You want to remove a meat roast when its internal temperature is 5 to 10 degrees F [more…]

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