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Pork

  • Rice Noodles With Spicy Pork and Herbs

    This cold rice-noodle dish, dressed in vinegar and chile oil and topped with spicy pork, herbs and peanuts, has roots in Yunnan, a southwestern Chinese province, where the garnish may vary according to the…

  • Scaloppine With Any Meat

    You can use any kind of meat to make these dead-simple scaloppine – veal, turkey, chicken, pork, even beef if you can find pieces thin enough. Cook them quickly in butter over high heat,…

  • Pressure Cooker Spicy Pork Shoulder

    You can make this spicy pork in an electric pressure cooker if you’re in a hurry, or in a slow cooker if you’re not. In either case, you’ll get tender bits of meat covered…

  • Pork-and-Chive Dumplings

    This recipe for pork-and-chive dumplings comes from the chef Helen You, who learned to make dumplings from her mother in Tianjin, China. She serves these classic boiled dumplings, along with 100 other varieties, at…

  • Cochinita Pibil

    The traditional way to make Yucatecan cochinita pibil is to bury a pig in a steaming, smouldering, stone-lined pit and cook it slowly for many hours. The pork has first been marinated with a…

  • Pulled Pork with Blackberry Pinot BBQ Sauce

    The pork was the star of the meal, but we also had grilled corn, chicken wings, cole slaw, plenty of La Crema Monterey Pinot Noir, and burgundy pie with the last of the goat…

  • Perfect Spaghetti and Meatballs

    so today’s post is one of those archive ones – my favorite spaghetti and meatballs recipe. It’s another one from Franny’s Simple Seasonal Italian, the same book that inspired my recent bolognese recipe. These…

  • Rigatoni Bolognese Ragu

    First it was the meatballs, which, exactly as written, were the most perfect meatballs I’d ever eaten. Then I tried a few hearty soups and pastas with equal success, and soon it had become…

  • Sausage, Apple, and Cheddar Mac’N’Cheese

    What I will say, is that this is a really, really good mac’n’cheese recipe, and one that I would be happy to devour any day of the week. I’ve added just enough sweet Italian…

  • Slow-Cooked Pork in Tequila

    It’s a fairly simple recipe, calling for pork butt and ribs to be cooked slowly on the stove-top in a chili sauce, then finished up with a quick simmer in tequila. The book recommends…

  • Drunken Noodles with Pork

    Whipping up these noodles was dangerously easy – a handful of chilies and garlic pounded into a paste, a few thin strips of pork tenderloin, a bowl full of Chinese broccoli and mushrooms, and…