Slow-smoked pork shoulder is what real barbecue is all about in Memphis — long shreds of meat served with a little barbecue sauce on the side as a main course or a great sandwich. It’s a good choice for the new barbecue cook to try, too, because it’s a little more forgiving than some of the other cuts if you don’t get it just right. Just make sure to start early and cook it until it’s done. It may seem like a long time, but the results are well worth it.
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In advance of next month’s big game, current Bravo Top Chef contestant Isaac Toups has partnered with Tabasco to help defend against bland flavors with this simple yet bold pulled pork slider recipe that is guaranteed to tackle your guests’ taste buds on game day. Recipe created by Isaac Toups of Toups’ Meatery.
If you're in the mood for a weekend project, this is a fun recipe to try. Have you ever thought of making chorizo from scratch? Here's how to do it. There's nothing terribly difficult in terms of technique, so don't be intimidated. With a bit of planning, you'll be able to enjoy chorizo tacos, with all the homemade fixings.See all taco recipes.
This pork butt is injected with a combination of vinegar, spices, and barbecue sauce that makes the meat juicy and fall-off-the-bone tender. The final result is so good, you might, well, “slap yo mama.”Recipe Courtesy of Clint Cantwell, Grillocracy.com
There's nothing better than eating a hot sandwich in the fall. This hearty sandwiches, inspired by DiNic’s roast pork sandwich in Philadelphia, may take some time to make, but it's packed with great flavor from the homemade broccoli rabe and jus.
My family loves these pork butt steaks. I got this recipe from the butcher at Wegman's when they were out of the prepared pork butt steaks. These can be done on the grill but baked in the oven is best.