Don't let those teenagers at the fast food joint have all the fun--you can make these Brazilian chicken nuggets, known as coxinhas, at home.
An easy Chinese appetizer you can make at home. Might want to make more than one batch, because these will disappear fast.
Tender pork with the crunch and flavor of bacon. What a lucky pork chunk--he simmers for hours with a mix of sugar and spices, then joins with bacon at the end of his work day.
Pork and shrimp combine in these authentic Chinese dumplings. Put 'em in chicken broth to make won-ton soup or eat 'em with the simple sauce below.
This is the heart of a rib stickin' soulful meal, that will have you pattin' yo belly, and lickin' yo lips when the meal is over. Pair these barbecued Ham Hocks, Pigs Feet, and Tails with a pot of collard greens, some pinto beans and rice, and you'll be lookin' for somewhere to nap. Oh! And, don't forget the cornbread!
Make this Quebecois food tradition your own. Known as tourtieres by the French Canadian families who make them, these hearty, flavorful pies packed with three types of meat and tasty traditional spices.
Nice easy pulled pork my mother use to make. It has a great taste to start with, but is ready to add any type of spice you like to make it hotter or any flavor you want to add that your mouth craves for.
Ever have meatballs or lil' cocktail smokies that are swimming in a deliciously sweet and spicy sauce? A little known secret is to use a jar of chilis and a jar of grape jelly to get that wonderful flavor, but the meat itself is high in fat and calories. Well Buford got to thinkin'. What about a low fat meat like ground chicken or even ground pork?
A hearty, tender pork loin with the sweetness of port, molasses and apricot.
Want to really show off at holiday dinner? This cut of pork--ribs tied in a circle with the bones pointed up to form a "crown"--will wow 'em. You'll have to order a crown roast ahead of time from the butcher. This recipe incorporates a sweet pomegranate glaze for a subtle flavor.
This works well with beef or pork ribs. I marinate my meat overnight for beef and pork. Chicken usually just one day.