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Have you always loved the look of a rolled pork loin roast but weren’t sure how to make one? Do you love pork, ham, salami, and gooey cheese? If you answered “yes” to either of these questions, this article is for you. You’ll learn how to butterfly, stuff, and roll the pork roast of your dreams.
Learn all about buying and trimming pork ribs — baby backs and spareribs. A simple rub and sauce is all your ribs need (check out our recipe for Spicy Dry Rubbed and Grilled Spareribs with bock barbecue sauce).
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This Vietnamese Pork and
Watercress Soup tastes complex, but is utterly straightforward to make.
This Maple-Lemon Glazed Mini Ham and Baby Greens & Jicama Salad with maple vinaigrette complement one another. In the salad,
smoky bacon, vinegar, and mustard bring out the
unexpected savory dimension of maple syrup. And
the Maple-Lemon Glazed Mini Ham reveals how
well sweet, salty, and acidic appeal to the taste
buds. To paraphrase an old advertising slogan that
maybe only Boomers know, “maple syrup — it’s
not just for breakfast anymore.”
Risi e bisi is way more fun to say than “rice
and peas,” which is what the name stands for. This
classic Italian comfort food uses (you guessed it) rice
and peas, but we’ve also added some pancetta and
fennel to the mix. This bowl of comfort is similar
to risotto, but more “soupy” and less fussy. You’ll
have a hard time stopping after one bowl.
Green Curry Pork & Peanuts with jasmine rice is a tasty Thai dish that stands out from
other curry recipes because it doesn't use
coconut milk as the base of its sauce.
Simplicity and elegance is what this Crown
Roast of Pork is all about. Your guests’ jaws will drop when
they see this masterpiece arrive at the table. And
little will they know, the hard work was done at
the butcher shop. But one thing’s for sure, this
platter feeds a passel of people, probably with
plenty of pork leftover. Don’t worry though.
Turn to the scrumptious Pork Cubano to put those remnants to good …
For a classic comfort dish, stuffed and
roasted pork chops hang out with potatoes, onions,
green beans, and tomatoes for a sheet pan meal we’re
sure you’ll return to often.
Baked Spaghetti with two sauces takes
the traditional dish to baked-up perfection. First, the casserole is baked with alfredo sauce, then served with meat sauce on top. No need to choose one sauce or the other — the beauty of this dish is having them both at once!
For a soup that will have you coming back for more, meet the Italian
Sausage Bread Soup with Egg. It’s like a cross between Italian sausage soup
and Italian egg drop soup with toasty croutons. Need we say more?!
This slight twist on a classic Cubano sandwich incorporates leftover roast
pork in concert with ham and salami. Salami is what differentiates the
Tampa-style Cubano from the
original South Florida Cubano.
A juicy pork
roast is a practical and versatile choice for leftovers — one Sunday dinner turns into two
more easy weeknight meals, bringing new life to your plethora of pork.
This sheet pan dinner starts big and gets
smaller in scope without diminishing returns. It’s based around
a boneless pork shoulder roast, a cut that yields huge flavor
and provides plenty of leftovers for at least two more meals.
While these three recipes admittedly aren’t groundbreaking,
they are comforting and …
Pork roast leftovers
transition into shredded BBQ pork with chunky mashed
potatoes and cauliflower. To make this recipe work, we assume
there is 1½ lb. pork, 1 lb. potatoes,
and 8 oz. cauliflower left over.
This time- and family-friendly pizza
casserole, a.k.a. Upside-Down Pizza, is simply ooey-gooey satisfaction. Similar to a pot pie, this dish evokes two of the most comforting foods on the planet — it might just become a new favorite.