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Southern Low Country Braised Pig's Feet

Southern Low Country Braised Pig's Feet by Smokinhotchef

This recipe sings low country with high notes. A very significant part of African American heritage and culture. Pig's feet, along with the other 'undesirable' discarded parts, like ears and chittlins' were a staple in the slaves' diets as well as pinto beans and cornbread, also their personal vegetable gardens. This was sustainable…

1 vote
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Crock Pot Chile Verde

Crock Pot Chile Verde by Nancy Miyasaki

This is a super easy and delicious Chile Verde. We make a great Chile Verde from scratch with fresh tomatillos, but it's a lot of work. If you're tight for time, this recipe is 90% as good with a third the effort. The canned green salsa is made from tomatillos and the combination is really delicious. You can probably find a larger…

9 votes
17349 views
Pork Tenderloin Adobada

Pork Tenderloin Adobada by John Spottiswood

If you like carnitas and fajitas, but are in the mood for something a little different, give his recipe a try. I think you'll be impressed with the rich and pungent flavor. The combination of the flavorful meat, guacamole, corn tortillas and other fillings is wonderful. Variations of this recipe are common throughout Mexico and the…

5 votes
6990 views
Old Fashioned Cretons (meat pâté)

Old Fashioned Cretons (meat pâté) by Micheline

A typical French Canadian meat pâté served cold, with fresh bread slices or crackers as an appetizer.

2 votes
9092 views
3 Ingredient Smoked Ham

3 Ingredient Smoked Ham by Patti Fisher

We had a request for an extra easy ham dinner. So, we made a ham with just three ingredients including the ham! It was extra simple and extra delicious. The sweet comes from brown sugar. The spicy comes from the mustard. Ken prefers the horseradish or jalapeno mustard, Patti likes the spicy brown or Dijon. Patti and I have set one…

1 vote
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Chinese Barbeque Glazed Ham Steaks

Chinese Barbeque Glazed Ham Steaks by Smokinhotchef

This a quick and fun recipe featuring fruit cocktail. Kids young and old will love. Adults feel free to partake as well!.

1 vote
6884 views
Grilled Pork Scallopini

Grilled Pork Scallopini by Robyn Savoie

This dish has all the flavors of my favorite Italian pork dishes but without the cleanup or tricky pan work. You can make it with lamb, veal or boneless chicken breast/thighs as well.

2 votes
9355 views
Chiapas Pot Roasted Pork - Cochito Chiapaneco

Chiapas Pot Roasted Pork - Cochito Chiapaneco by John Spottiswood

I adapted this delicious, crispy-edged meat recipe from Rick Bayless's Mexican Kitchen. Nancy and I used to eat at his restaurant, the Frontera Grill, when we lived in Chicago. I served this over black beans and rice along with my spicy Ropa Vieja recipe and it was a huge hit. This would be a great alternative to carnitas for a…

1 vote
8042 views
Delicious Pork and Bean Stew for Tostadas, Tacos, or Burritos

Delicious Pork and Bean Stew for Tostadas, Tacos, or Burritos by Nancy Miyasaki

This is an easy slow cooker recipe that is delicious and versatile. Serve this as filler for any mexican dish, including Sopas, Chalupas, Enchiladas, Garnachas, or even Nachos, in addition to the options above. Or skip the tortillas and serve on a…

7 votes
6795 views
Sous Vide Crispy Carnitas

Sous Vide Crispy Carnitas by Culinary Envy

Sous Vide Crispy Carnitas are scrumptious, super juicy, caramelized crispy, easy Mexican-style pulled pork made in a water bath overnight!

1 vote
2133 views
Slow cooker pork stew - chile verde

Slow cooker pork stew - chile verde by Nancy Miyasaki

This is an easy and tasty version of chile verde that I adapted from a slow cooker cookbook. This keeps very well for 3-4 days, and honestly tastes as good if not better reheated. You can also serve it inside tortillas as a taco or burrito for a second meal. Enjoy!

3 votes
7561 views
Fabulous Pork Tacos

Fabulous Pork Tacos by John Spottiswood

I made pork tacos for the Superbowl modeled after my favorite taqueria -- a hole in the wall in Playa Del Carmen called El Fogon. I may not have quite matched El Fogon, but these are darn good! I highly recommend them. I served them with Homemade Corn Tortillas (see my recipe) which were great, but they'll taste great with any…

1 vote
9538 views
Siew Yoke (Chinese Roast Pork) With Chili Ginger Dip

Siew Yoke (Chinese Roast Pork) With Chili Ginger Dip by Navaneetham Krishnan

crispy crackling sensation with a good burst of flavor.

1 vote
3640 views
Mexican Pozole I (Posole)

Mexican Pozole I (Posole) by Salad Foodie

A hominy stew with pork or chicken, this soup can usually be found where Mexican food is popular. Has a nice “heat” to it, and as with most stews, flavors enhance next day. This recipe is based on one from the Las Palmas website and requires about 1 hour of cooking. A second version of posole is posted (see "Useful Links" below.)

1 vote
6987 views
Margarita Carnitas

Margarita Carnitas by Culinary Envy

Slow roasted pork Margarita Carnitas are “fall off the bone” tender, caramelized in a lime, orange, tequila, honey, brown sugar mixture!

1 vote
3260 views