• Want something spicy, hearty and easy for dinner this week? Whip out your slow cooker and make this five-ingredient green curry pork. It takes 15 minutes to set up, and when all is said and done you'll have tender, rich and spicy pork curry

  • This pork cutlet recipe is perfect for family dinners. Kids seem to love them because they are mild and can be flavored to their liking. They also take a very short time to cook, which means they will not turn into rubber

  • This marinade combines the fermented soy bean hoisin sauce with orange flavored honey, fresh ginger, chili paste with garlic and rice wine vinegar for an Asian-style glaze that is a fun twist on classic sweet American barbecue sauce

  • This Skinny Pork Chop Scaloppini recipe is simple and elegant, easy to prep and plate, and full of flavor bursts and complementary textures -- and pretty enough for company!

  • My recipe for Pork Chops with Caramelized Onions is one of my all-time autumn favorites. It complements the natural sweetness of tender, meaty pork with that of onions, which have been sauteed until their sugars caramelize -- a quality emphasized by the addition of maple syrup to enhance their deep, rich seasonal color and flavor.

  • As you'll see in the recipe I share with you here for sauteed pork chops, deglazing and reduction will yield a delicious sauce -- here, using orange juice as the deglazing liquid -- in a matter of minutes instead of hours.

  • The tenderloins in this recipe are bathed in a fragrant Asian mix of ingredients. You'll find hoisin sauce and sesame oil in the Asian section of your market. Serve this Asian Glazed Pork Tenderloin Recipe with Rice Pilaf with Corn and Peanuts to soak up the sauce. To drink, the best wine choices to balance the sweetness in the glaze are Zinfandel, Pinot Noir or Syrah

  • Here's a savory autumn meal recipe that pairs pork with a sweet maple syrup and shallot sauce and is served alongside spiced couscous

  • These crispy panko pork chops always do the trick. They are super simple to put together but still seem to have that extra spark. Paired with a buttery baked potato, tossed salad and a glass of rose? Yes, please!

  • My favorite warming autumn suppers are those that almost cook themselves -- dishes that come together easily and efficiently -- combining on the plate to make spectacular meals. The recipe I share here, Cider-Glazed Pork Tenderloins with Braised Cabbage and Bacon, is a perfect example of that concept

  • A rich spice blend gives this grilled pork tenderloin recipe an antioxidant-packed flavor boost

  • This stir-fry recipe features sugar snap peas paired with tender pork, all enrobed in a Thai-style sauce that is sweet, spicy and savory. Chicken or beef would also work wonderfully well in place of pork

  • Onions contain a lot of natural sugar. If you cook the onions gently and slowly, those sugars will caramelize while the more bitter elements become less harsh. The result is a fragrant, sweet, almost delicate vegetable that anyone can love. I like to refer to as an onion marmalade -- a favorite accompaniment for sauteed or grilled meat, poultry, seafood or in the following pork recipe

  • In the recipe that follows, tenderloins are split, filled with a Roquefort and herb stuffing, then roasted along with quartered pears.

  • Now that we're really in springtime, can grilling season be far away? The longer days and ever-warmer weather hold the promise of grilling under bright, clear skies. Spareribs are one of my favorite grilled foods. And the good news about cooking them is that you don't even need a grill, or good weather, to enjoy the following Spicy Honey-Glazed Baby-Back Pork Ribs Recipe

  • In summer, when corn is so abundant it is piled high at roadside farm stands or tumbling out of bins at the supermarket, buy a few ears to make this vivid corn and vegetable dish served with grilled kielbasa sausages.


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  • I'm happy to share one of my favorite recipes for barbecued pork, which will provide a good three hours of happy outdoor cooking. No matter your experience level, you should find it fairly easy to achieve great results

  • In the following main course dish, roast pork tenderloin is basted and served with a sauce of balsamic vinegar, garlic, tomato paste and maple syrup. The robust flavor is an excellent complement to the pork.

  • Create this mouthwatering meal of pork loin back ribs slathered with your homemade basting sauce and topped with a delightful peach and bell pepper salsa

  • When peaches appear in our summer markets, most of us think immediately of using them in luscious desserts such as pies, tarts, shortcakes or homemade ice creams. The truth is, however, that this fruit is just as tempting in savory creations. A fresh peach salsa paired with sauteed pork tenderloins is a good example.

  • This recipe combines a simple meat and cheese pairing with spring ingredients. Look for fresh peas, and use them quickly so they retain their sweet flavor

  • The simplicity and speed of this traditional Austrian-inspired recipe gives you the opportunity to get creative with seasonings, sauces, and accompaniments for the pork chops

  • Plenty of cooks have prepared racks of lamb, but few have indulged in succulent racks of pork. The latter, quite reasonably priced, make an impressive presentation for entertaining. In the following recipe, a plump rack of pork with 6 ribs is brushed with a curry olive oil and then roasted along with red onion wedges. A glorious apple chutney makes a stellar accompaniment

  • I peeled and chopped the vegetables and let the marinated pork come to room temperature. And, just like that, into the oven it all went. Talk about easy! An hour and a half later we were feasting on an herbed bone-in pork loin and sweet, caramelized vegetables

  • Pork chops are perfect for quick meals since they don't take long to prepare. They come from the loin portion of the pig and are available boned and with the bone attached. The following Braised Pork Chops with Apricot Cranberry Sauce recipe is quite the satisfying main course

  • Whenever I discover a recipe that can be made in advance, I tag it for entertaining. Nothing is more reassuring when you have company than knowing that a dish -- especially a main course -- can be assembled ahead and that it requires no last-minute attention. Braised Pork Chops with Rosemary, Tomatoes and Mushrooms definitely falls in this category

  • One of my favorite main-course combinations to cook is roasted pork with apples. Pork is such a wonderful meat. It's full of hearty flavor and texture, yet also mild and sweet. Apples, with their tangy-sweet flavor and crisp, juicy texture, pay the perfect complement to pork, resulting in dishes that are satisfying and down-to-earth.

  • A recipe you can dress up or down, that's comfortable in a breakfast, lunch or dinner menu, and that always makes you look good as a cook. It's called maque choux (pronounced "mock shoe"), and unless you're from Louisiana chances are you haven't heard of it. Think of the best of the harvest -- sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers and onions -- coming together with butter and seasonings, and you've got maque choux.

  • The following Sausages and Peppers in Beer recipe calls for chicken- or turkey-based sausage. Both deliver the taste and texture you enjoy in sausage, but with less fat and fewer calories than the red-meat counterparts.

  • Comfort food is popular any time of the year. Pan-grilled sausages served with braised red cabbage and apples definitely falls into this category. Robust and hearty, this soothing duo is simple, fast, and inexpensive to prepare.

  • If, like me, you enjoy hearty meat dishes, but want to cook simply and healthfully, I recommend you try this sausage and scallop stew.







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