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Overnight Pork Roast

This overnight (or all day) roast is great right out of the oven, in fact perhaps my favorite part is the picking so I can enjoy some of the crispy, salty fat edges as well as bites of the tender juicy meat.  But the final product is also fabulous for pulled pork barbecue or tacos! […]

Roast Pork in Milk

adapted from  Leite’s Culinaria   Donna Farley introduced us to this delicious tradition of slow cooking pork in milk.  There are several variations on this Italian classic, so there seems to be some flexibility.  Key – pork roast, milk, slow cook and then enjoy with the sauce.   A useful tip from the website: “Cooking meat in […]

Pernil: Bittman’s Slow Roasted Pork Roast

From Mark Bittman’s Minimalist Column is the New York Times. Bittman notes, “there are times I feel almost guilty about this dish because the process is beyond easy and incredibly impressive, it feeds as many people as a medium-size ham, and the flavor is unbelievable.” I would agree about the ease and taste.  I am on […]

2-hour Mustard Brine for Pork Chops or Roast from Alton Brown

Recipe adapted from   Overcooking is often a concern when cooking pork, since it can dry out so quickly, but this recipe all but guarantees your end result to be both juicy and delicious.   Ingredients 5 thick loin-end pork chops (can use less or whatever cut pork you wish) ¾ cup Kosher salt […]