This is an easy to prepare and flavorful pork chop dish that combines white wine, garlic, herbs, bacon and cream. It can be ready in just about 30 minutes.
Ricotta and Spinach Stuffed Pork Chops make for a quick and super flavorful dinner that is fit for a dinner party but also easy enough for a weeknight meal.
These grilled pork pitas with garlic-y toum sauce make an awesome and unexpected weeknight dinner, and the leftovers are fantastic for lunch the next day.
This Citrus and Mojo-Spiced Pork Loin is marinated in a bright and flavorful sauce with pineapple juice, orange juice, lime, garlic, and oregano. It’s then rubbed in a cumin-based blend and is a easy dinner for spring.
Dig into these easy tacos loaded with ground pork, black beans and finished with homemade pickled red onions.
This dinner idea screams of spring. Try this easy, citrus-marinated pork loin served with bright spring vegetables.
Marinated in a gorgeous blend of spices, lime, ginger and garlic, this pork tenderloin is incredibly flavorful.
Dig into this easy sheet pan meal of pork loin and veggies that are served with a honey mustard sauce and can be ready to eat in 40 minutes or less.
This is a stunning main dish meal that is easy to throw together and seems to elegant. Roast your pork tenderloin and then serve it with a decedent port and plum sauce.
Keep your holiday meal simple and stress-free. Roast this easy cider pork, serve with a vegetable, some rolls and a bottle of wine and you’re set.
October is National Pork Month, have a taste of this Midwestern favorite, the Rieger Pork Soup.
This quick recipe for spicy pork tacos is cooled with a juicy pineapple salsa.
These ribs are baked in a delicious sweet and spicy Korean-inspired barbecue sauce, and then basted and charred to perfection on the grill.
Learn how to make your very own melt-in-your-mouth pork buns with glazed pork belly, fresh toppings and homemade steamed buns to hold it all.
Hawaiian Pineapple and Pork Sandwiches are perfect to make ahead before a summer party for a mouth-watering bite.
Learn how to make beautiful homemade pork wontons to include in soups or as a delicious appetizer.
Deliciously oven roasted Italian pork with balsamic vinegar, rosemary and bay leaves.
A good bowl of Mexican hominy and pork tomatillo soup takes time, but is oh so worth it. Have it for days throughout the week.
Cooked low and slow for hours and then broiled to give a delicious crispy effect, these slow cooker carnitas are the perfect filling for pork tacos, tortas, tamales and more.
Make the mouth-watering Cantonese of roasted char siew pork glazed with a sticky blend of sauces and spices.
Simple comfort food is key some days. Try this easy, spicy pork sausage penne tossed in a simple bolognese-like sauce.
Purchasing a pork roast doesn’t do it, there’s no skin, and no fat. A pork belly has the latter two, but no lean meat. The simple solution – combine the two.
Filippo Trapella takes his love for an American pulled pork sandwich and makes it Italian with rosemary, wine, and served over Parmigiano Reggiano polenta.
Cooked with fire in a wheel of cheese to coat the pasta in a creamy layer, this delicious visual rendition of the dish with tomatoes and pork will have your mouth watering.
Making tamales at home is easier than you may think. Plus, this recipe shows you how to easily make them using the slow-cooker.
Porchetta on its own is heavenly, but when you are in Italy be sure to order a porchetta panino con crusta. Watch the video to find out more.
Easily entertain with a juicy pork tenderloin rubbed with cinnamon, garlic, and black tea and finished with a tea and shallot sauce.
It’s the season for german beers, beer brined pork chops, and making schnitzel.
It was time for a change, bring back traditional Swiss food from the land to the plate. Hung’ER Butchers Shop and Restaurant in the Park Hyatt Zurich is more than locally sourced. Chef de Cuisine Frank Widmer has been working exclusively with a butcher in the village Jona who makes sausages, dry ages meat and pork and with no waste.
Spicy Pork Sausage Spaghetti is a simple, yet flavorful recipe that every home cook should have under their belt. It comes together quickly and tastes great.
Have no fear, these gluten-free pork meatballs held together with creamy ricotta are far from dry and boring.
Braised soy sauce pork belly is a favorite in many Chinese kitchens and is about to become a staple in yours too. Let the warm, caramelized, comforting flavors and spices envelop you on a fall day.
A take on the traditional Tainan-style noodles have your fill of this delicious Taiwanese dish loaded with pork, shrimp, and prawns.
Whether berries or citrus, author Annie Riggs shows us how to cook with fruit in new sweet and savory ways.
Get in the spirit of summer cooking with grilled pork chops topped with a spicy cherry and plum salsa complete with jalapeño and a glass of red wine.
This backyard meal screams of summer. Enjoy spice rubbed and grilled pork chops with a refreshing tomato and peach salad and a glass of Santa Rita’s white wine.
Fire up the grill, open a bottle of white wine and throw these Thai coconut pork skewers on the grill.
Learn how to make cured Italian-style pork jowl that can be used in a variety of dishes, including pasta carbonara, to add a delicious depth of flavor.
Here are three easy ways to make mouth-watering pork belly. Once you’ve seen this deliciousness, there’s no turning back.
In less than ten minutes, create a bowl of spicy kimchi and pork belly fried rice topped with a glorious egg.
A tender pork roast is easily made exciting with a simple balsamic glaze and fresh rosemary.
These 30 minute maple glazed pork chops are irresistible with the sticky sweet finger-licking-good sauce that you can’t get enough of.
Marinated and served with a cilantro gremolata, this tender roasted pork is a perfect pair to peppery romesco sauce.
Served with mouth-watering braised pancetta and a buttery mascarpone and lemon sauce, this gigli pasta is the winter food we crave.
Boiled, steamed, or fried, here’s how to prepare, fill, and fold Chinese pork dumplings.
There’s nothing wrong with frying up a plateful of crispy strips, but for devotees of the stuff, we have unique ways to feature bacon on your table.
Make flavorful Asian-spiced pork meatballs with ginger, tamari, and sesame for a perfect party appetizer or delicious meal with rice.
This recipe will be the best Char Siu, Cantonese BBQ Pork Belly, you will ever make at home. What are you waiting for? Get some pork on your fork.
Few things can compare to melt-in-your-mouth braised pork belly glazed in a sweet and spicy chili sauce with pickled greens in a soft steamed bun.
In about a half of an hour, you can make a crispy pork dish tossed in a homemade sweet and sour sauce with bell peppers and pineapple. It’s better than takeout.
Marinated in Thai spices and soy sauce, this pork crisps up beautifully when grilled. Serve over rice with a sweet chili sauce.
Easy sesame dressed noodles are served in a hearty bowl with char siu pork.
No space for a smoker? No problem. Here’s how to make a delicious pork shoulder, even in the coldest months.
Simply seasoned with adobo, this slow cooked pulled pork is a great staple for sandwiches, nachos, tacos, or quinoa bowls.
The search for the best char siu pork is on in Hong Kong.
Sweet, sour, succulent pork belly is braised until tender and a dark color with bold flavor. Serve inside of steamed buns for a delicious bite.
The flavors of a luau kalua pig enter your slow cooker for a perfect party food needing just a few ingredients. Tender, smoky, bold-flavored, all you need is a glass of wine to match.
Denmark comes to NYC with Masterchef winner Timm Vladimir. Celebrating a traditional European Sunday evening dinner, Chef Timm will recreate the Danish experience with new spins on favorite dishes.
Cooked low and slow in a mixture of brown sugar, hoisin, and gochujang, this flavorful Korean pork can be used in sandwiches along with a tangy cucumber kimchi.
Recreate a copycat version of Chef David Chang’s well-loved port buns from Momofuku.