Knife and Pork

Pickled And Smothered Pork Chops Recipe

Know what makes a great chop brine? Pickle juice.
Oct 23, 2014 4:00 pm
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Photo: William Brinson

If thought a book about pickled and fermented stuff would be all Greek yogurt and kombucha, you might be right. But if you pick up Cultured Foods For Your Kitchen by culinary specialist and cookbook author Leda Schientaub, you'll be presently surprised by meaty soups, hearty pastas and delicious fried stuff...all enhanced by the cultured ingredients in your pantry and fridge (or the ones you make yourself). Don't toss that pickle juice! Pick up some pork chops and get brining.

Iberian Ham And Artichoke Rice Recipe

Beloved Spanish flavors infuse this hearty rice
Oct 10, 2014 12:00 pm
Photo: Con Poulos

Every year, Food & Wine magazine releases a cookbook packed with the best recipes of the last 365 days. Hear that? Food & Wine. Best recipes of the year. Any page you turn to will sport a winner, but while the weather steadily cools off, consider a hearty Spanish rice packed with artichokes and garnished with crispy, salty Jamòn Ibèrico.

Smoked Pork Sausage With Hard Cider Sauce Recipe

Hard cider and sausage: a match made in heaven
Oct 2, 2014 12:00 pm
Photo: Christina Holmes

Every year, Food & Wine magazine releases a cookbook packed with the best recipes of the last 365 days. Hear that? Food & Wine. Best recipes of the year. Any page you turn to will sport a winner, but while Oktoberfest rages on, memorize this sausage recipe, make it for a crowd and celebrate the great fall festival with hard cider. And/or beer. 

8 Incredible Pork Chop Recipes To Cook Tonight

Keep the bone in for a better pork chop experience
Sep 17, 2014 12:00 pm

Let's hear it for pork chops! You may know them as that rubbery cut of meat that dries out instantly, has no fat or flavor and is generally unpopular. Welcome to Food Republic. This big meaty recipe roundup features jerk spice, chutneys, brines and most importantly, bones. A thick-cut bone-in pork chop isn't going to dry out like some of its lesser chop brethren, especially if you brine it. You're brining your amazing bone-in pork chop, right? Good, here's what to with it.

Chai-Brined Pork Chops With Apple Chutney Recipe

Embrace autumn with sweet, spiced pork chops
Sep 12, 2014 12:00 pm

Who's everyone's favorite Next Food Network Star? Aarti, of course! And best of all: she's actually awesome. Make her delicious everyday recipes from her new cookbook, Aarti Paarti, streaked with Indian and Middle Eastern influence, and enjoy her stories while you're at it. Indian spiced pork chops? You bet.  

Wrap, Drape, Fry and Frizzle: 14 Exciting Ways To Cook With Prosciutto

It's called pork candy for a reason
Aug 26, 2014 1:00 pm

A little cured ham never hurt anyone, are we right? And here’s the thing: The addition of a few slices of this easily sourced Italian pork candy to a meal can turn a solid spread into a restaurant-quality affair. With dry-cured prosciutto, a little goes a long way. Or a lot goes a very long way. Or you just snack on it straight from the...

Achtung! It's A Jäger Schnitzel Recipe

Crunchy breaded pork pairs perfectly with cold beer
Aug 20, 2014 12:00 pm

Chef couple Brooke and Luther Fedora's new food and beer book isn't for the guy who splashes some lager into his chili and calls it a day. Incorporating different styles of beer into inventive food from around the world is an art. Learn how to cook with your favorite brews and learn a thing or two about pairing in the process. Next up, crispy golden schnitzel just itching for a big mug of märzen. 

14 Pork Recipes Off The Beaten Path

Fajitas, T-bones and more rut-busting ideas
Aug 7, 2014 1:00 pm

So you're staring down a tenderloin or a chop thinking don't just pan-sear it and put it in the oven, don't just pan-sear it and put it in the oven. It's a good thing you came to Food Republic. Here are 14 things to do with that shoulder, T-bone or "pound of ground" we bet you've never tried before. Burger fan? Enlist the help of shrimp for delicious shu mai patties. Itchin' to fire up the grill? We commend you — next stop, pineapple kebab city!

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