8+ Ways for Cooking Pork

The possibilities are practically endless when it comes to cooking pork. Here are our best tips and recipes for preparing the tastiest pork yet.

| January 2014

  • Smoking pork imparts even more mouthwatering flavor.
    Karen Keb
  • Fire smoked pork
    Smoking pork imparts even more mouthwatering flavor.
    Karen Keb

  • Fire smoked pork

New Year’s Day is a time of celebration, a time of reflection on another year gone by, and a time to set goals for an even better year to come. Like with so many great milestones in life, food plays an integral part. For many people of a variety of cultures, the foods eaten on and around the first few days of January are believed to create good fortune for the new year to come. Pork is just one of these favorite foods. Because pigs root forward as they eat, overcoming all obstacles in the process, it is believed that eating it will likewise bring you strength for a productive year. So to help you kick off 2014 with a boost of good luck, here are our best ways for cooking pork. Who knew bacon could actually be so good for you? Enjoy!

Preparation Techniques
How to Slaughter Your First Pig
How to Cut and Cure Pork
How to Smoke Pork
How to Make Pork Breakfast Sausage

Pork Recipe Sampling
Slow Roasted Pork Shoulder
Pork and Lentils
Orange Grilled Pork With Honey-Mustard Dip
Pork Meatballs With Fennel
Pork Ribs With Raspberry Sorghum Barbecue Sauce

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