Making Bacon From Scratch

If you've ever wanted to learn how to make the King of Meats right in your own kitchen, you've come to the right place. Making bacon really couldn't be any simpler!


Pork Ribs: Baby Back Ribs vs Spareribs

What’s the difference between baby back ribs and spareribs?


How to Make a Stuffed Pork Loin

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.

All About Pork Ribs and How To Smoke and Grill Them

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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Upside-Down Pizza with Italian sausage & mushrooms

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.

Detroit-Style Pizza with capicola ham and Alfredo sauce

Square and trendy at the same time, Detroit-Style Pizza is nothing if not tasty. We've amped up the deliciousness with Alfredo sauce and capicola ham, plus baby arugula and red onion for balance.

Asian Pork Satays with sticky rice

Satays are Indonesian street food, said to be the best way to taste and experience a culture. But this recipe is a mashup of several Asian cuisines — Chinese hoisin sauce, Thai chili garlic sauce, and Japanese rice vinegar unite to deliver a world of flavor.

Mediterranean Pork Bowls with grilled summer vegetables

Mediterranean flavors rule in this pork bowl, with a special shout-out of thanks to za’atar (read all about it below). The spice blend plays a starring role in the brightly flavored vinaigrette, plus, it seasons thin slices of pork tenderloin to perfection. Fresh summer veggies get into the mix along with couscous for a bowl full of yum that you’ll savor with each and every bite.

So-Cal Dogs

As unusual as it may sound, avocado and mango make for a great hot dog. Folks in southern California won’t even blink an eye at this one!

This hot dog is just another example of California gold. Even if you’re traditional when it comes to your dogs, you should give these unusual toppings a try. You have to admit: avocado and mango are hip, and their fresh flavors work well together to enhance the taste of the dog. Plus, all the toppings are super simple to make.

Grilled Ham, Apple & Cheddar Sammie

Leftover ham and grilled cheese sandwiches are a match made in heaven, and apples take it over the top in this Grilled Ham, Apple & Cheddar Sammie.

Ham & Potato Soup with bacon

Give holiday ham the encore it deserves with this hearty Ham & Potato Soup. It's perfect for spring — chock-full of veggies and protein — and leaves you full and satisfied.

Asian Slaw with ham & ramen

Instead of letting that leftover ham hide in the back of your fridge, we’re giving it new life with this crunchy Asian Slaw.

Blackberry & Rum-Glazed Ham

Preparing this ham is simple: score it, cover and steam, then baste and roast. Honestly, besides scoring the rind and making the simple but outrageously good Blackberry & Rum glaze, it’s pretty much hands-off. Then just carve, eat, and enjoy an Easter ham you won't soon forget!

Chicken & Andouille Gumbo

Rich and full-flavored, this gumbo is a Mardi Gras must. The brown roux takes some time, but trust us, it’s well worth the wait because of the depth of flavor it delivers. Serve it over traditional Dirty Rice and you’ve got yourself one dynamic duo.

Mardi Gras first began in New Orleans on February 24, 1857 which led to the tradition of a parade with floats. And did you know that purple stands for justice, green for faith, and gold for power?

Pork Dumplings

Dumplings are probably the most popular food consumed during the Chinese New Year celebration, and our recipe for Pork Dumplings can be cooked three different ways — steamed, pan-fried, or boiled — depending on your preference.

Barley & Roasted Veggie Salad with bacon vinaigrette

Roasted Brussels sprouts and potatoes are great on their own, but toss them with barley, crisp apple, and good-for-you kale in a warm bacon vinaigrette and you’ve struck culinary gold. You’re certain to hear, “More please!”

Barley is a kernel enclosed in a double-layered hull. During processing, if only the tough outer layer is removed, the result is hulled, or whole-grain, barley, usually found in health food stores. If the outer hull is removed and the kernel inside is polished, the…