Top Rated Pork Recipes

This recipe is from Astoria's Katch Brewery & Grill, and it has you brine the pork shoulder for up to three days so that it's extra moist and tender. This sandwich wouldn't be complete without a coleslaw topping, though, and chef Chad Bowser shares his signature recipe for this, too. 
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This loin of pork gets two doses of flavor — the first during the overnight brine, and the second the rub it’s seared and roasted in. Only a few simple steps result in an incredibly delicious and flavorful pork loin that’s great for large crowds and will easily become the star of your holiday meal.
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Grilling Pork Chops
In the summer, we typically host cookouts that serve nothing but a few hot dogs and hamburgers. This grilling season, why not try something different, like grilling pork chops? This delicious and simple recipe will make grilling pork chops a breeze and will instantly upgrade your barbecue.
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For your next tailgating party, make these sliders. With a limited cost of store-bought ingredients, they're fun and great to serve when you have a lot of people coming over.     
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Maple-Glazed Pork Chops
Four ingredients, 20 minutes — this is one quick, flavorful main. I chose bone-in pork chops for flavor — Berkshire bone-in, to be exact, which is well worth the extra dough if you want some good marbling. The glaze is a simple riff on honey mustard, and it caramelizes on the surface of the pork as it grills. If it sticks, use a thin metal fish spatula to help loosen the meat from the grill. Click here to see Cooking with Maple Syrup — 8 Recipes.  
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Pork Sliders
Looking for a great game day sandwich play? Try these mouthwatering pulled pork sliders. The slow-cooker does the work for you... so when it's game time, you can join the fun! This recipe is courtesy of Campbell's. 
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This marinade is perfect for pork and is served with a goat cheese and mango chutney at Standard Market in Illinois. Use it to spice up any mild type of protein such as chicken or fish.
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This recipe is the ultimate in set it and forget it! This is perfect for a game-day dish or easy weeknight meal.
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Braised Pork
The beauty of braised meat is that it’s virtually impossible to overcook. In the case of this aromatic pork recipe, a lack of attention to detail (as well as a lack of skill) are in fact rewarded with melt-off-the-bone meat. And with a 5-to-6-pound cut, you can freeze the leftovers or morph them into other meals all week long.  Click here to see the Tips for Cooking with Kids story Adapted from "Time for Dinner" by Pilar Guzmán, Jenny Rosenstrach, and Alanna Stang. 
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This award-winning recipe for pulled pork combines Bourbon whiskey with the tart flavor of blackberries. Don't have a smoker? That's ok, because this recipe offers the option of slow cooking the pork in the oven, as well. 
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Pork Chops
“A good cook is one of the necessities of life. Being a bachelor in Hollywood, I soon tired of restaurant cooking and together with my friend, John Swope, set out to find the finest cook obtainable. Eventually, we found her. She has been with us ever since. It’s quite difficult to single out one of her countless recipes and state that this one dish is better than all the rest. If I have a favorite, however, it is a certain way she has of serving pork chops.” — James Stewart Click here to see The Real Dead Celebrities Cookbook story. Click here to see our best pork recipes
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Pork chops and stuffing were a staple in my house growing up. Unfortunately, I don't have all of the ingredients or time to make a stuffing from scratch, so I use some boxed help to get this recipe rolling. An easy and quick dinner idea to throw in the oven on one pan, and take out ready to serve.  Click here to see 8 New Pork Recipes
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