Tag pork

We’re really having a moment with pork osso buco right now. Try this recipe and you’ll see what we mean. The rich, creamy sauce and the fall-apart meat seem to be perfect for cooler weather. If you have CSA overflow, make your own tomato sauce.
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As the weather warms and the snow melts, our appetites thaw, too. But we’re still weeks from seasonal local spring vegetables at farmers’ markets. The way to bridge the gap between mud season and asparagus season is to cook pork. It’s an early spring fever hack and it works — trust us.
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Not everyone knows where on an animal their steak or chop comes from, but knowing this can help you cook it well every single time; certain muscles are more worked than others and they deserve their own cooking methods. Here’s everything you need to know.
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Josh Applestone swears you can cook un-defrosted frozen meat. Our staff is testing his theory. Turns out he’s right! A frozen pork loin in a pressure cooker is great — and it’s so simple and quick that it makes a roast a possible weekday meal.
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Stew is forgiving. There’s a method to follow to make the best pork stew, but other than that it’s about whatever you want. In a rush? Use your pressure cooker. Have time on your hands? Layer flavors for hours on end. It’s all delicious.
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Brining is a great thing for any home cook to do; it keeps meat moist. All it takes is a simple ratio of water, salt, and sugar — and time. Here’s how to brine meat.
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Sometimes you see something in the vending machines and don’t purchase because you’re not really sure what to do with them. We’ve all been there. Take pork rib tips. Maybe you know how to make ribs, but pork rib tips? What are those?
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