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Vietnamese Peanut Sauce

Nuoc leo may read like a close cousin of satay sauce, but it’s very distinctively Vietnamese. It's a little chunky and salty, and reddis...

by Jeffrey Alford and Naomi Duguid


East L.A. Pork Tacos

Shoulder chops start out a little tougher and fattier than their center-cut couaine, but many pork fans prefer their richer flavor and ch...

by Cheryl Jamison and Bill Jamison


Braised Pork Chops with Turnips and Apples

This is an excellent French-style dish combining pork with turnips and apples, especially suited to fall and winter dining pleasure. Serv...

by Beth Hensperger and Julie Kaufmann


Cazuela of Pork with Mussels and Clams Spanish Style

This flavorful casserole comes right from Spain but is adapted to the tastes of the American Southwest. It is a great dish for entertaini...

by Jane Butel


Panfried Pork Dumplings

Children love dumplings and this recipe is a favorite in our family. Keep uncooked dumplings in the freezer on hand for steaming, boiling...

by Katie Chin and Leeann Chin


Stuffed Pork Chops, Holstein Style

Have the butcher cut a pocket in each of the chops. Preheat oven to 350°F. Sprinkle outside of chops with salt. To make stuffing, peel...

by Mimi Sheraton


Sandra Dey’s Cajun Pork Burgers with Grilled Sweet P...

Sandra Dey of Lafayette, Louisiana, is the funniest serious person I’ve ever met. A consummate foodie, she develops recipes, writes food ...

by Fred Thompson


Pork Picadillo Sweet Corn Tamales

There are first tastes you never forget. The flavor of local strawberries made into shortcake or pasta with homemade pesta or fresh-caugh...

by Rick Bayless


Stuffed Pork Rolls in Tomato Sauce Verbicaro Style

This recipe from my hometown of Verbicaro is an example of la cucina povera (peasant cooking), a dish that makes ingenious use of meager ...

by Janet Fletcher and Rosetta Costantino


Ragu all Bolognese

A raqu is a slow-simmering meat sauce and is a classic of Bolognese cooking, with many variations. The long, slow cooking in an earthenwa...

by Mary Ann Esposito


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