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Pork 101

Pork basics from the pork experts. Learn all about our different pork cuts and how to get the most out of them here. Class is now in session.
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How to Bread Meats for Frying

A step-by-step guide to breading meats for frying 1. To bread means to coat with crumbs to create a dish with a crunchy exterior and moist juicy interior. 1. To begin, prepare three breading stations in shal

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A step-by-step guide to tying a pork roast 1. Cut a piece of butcher twine approximately 5 feet long to accommodate a family-sized roast. 2. Place pork loins together on a cutting board with the fattiest

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When you’re crunched for time, making a delicious meal can be a challenge. With this video you’ll learn a great tip – making pork chops quickly by pan-frying, then finishing in the oven. They turn out so juicy and tender, you’ll probably never ...

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Here’s a tip on how to prepare delicious pork tenderloin even on the busiest day. This video shows you how to slice and sauté so that in no time at all, you and your family can enjoy mouthwatering pork tenderloin quickly and easily.

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Now you can have pork tenderloin even when time is tight. This video will show you a quick and easy technique for slicing and grilling pork tenderloin that results in gorgeous medallions that taste delicious.

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For something truly mouthwatering, you gotta take it slow. Yes, the convenience of a slow cooker is matched only by the delectable flavors it produces. Which makes pulled pork the perfect candidate. Watch and see how this easy slow cooker ...

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To get exceptional flavor from a larger cut of meat and make it fork-tender, try braising. It’s a two-part process that starts with searing the pork to lock in flavor with a nice golden brown crust. This is followed by slow and even roasting ...

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Searing locks in the juices of pork to capture its rich delicious flavor. So whether you’re finishing your pork by roasting or braising, you’ve locked in flavor for the duration of the cooking process. Learn the basics of searing with this ...

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Sautéing pork on your stovetop is a quick and easy way to have dinner ready in minutes. Just a small amount of oil or butter in a pan and plenty of stirring allows meat to cook evenly, leaving a nice caramelized flavoring that can be used as ...

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Roasting is the cook’s little secret for creating an impressive and tasty meal with surprisingly little effort. A large, fresh pork cut like a loin roast is placed in the oven on high heat and seared nicely to a rich brown.

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Safe handling of pork is essential. Here’s a simple list of how-to’s. Making Ahead. Never brown or partially cook meat for later.

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It’s sometimes innovative, eclectic and fun but it’s always delicious. There are a thousand ways to do it but here are the top 9 ways to cook pork.

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Knowing when pork is at its tender best is easier than you think. All you need is a meat thermometer. Because for most pork cuts, an internal temperature of 145˚F ensures that you’ll have perfectly cooked pork that is tender and juicy ...

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Shoulder. Also referred to as Boston blade roast or Boston butt, this ...

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Watch Pitmasters Tim Scheer and Brad Leighninger share their pro loin cutting tips!

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