Your new go-to meatball recipe is here. One part grass-fed ground beef. One part heritage-breed ground pork. All parts delicious.
You’ll love this prep time: 2 minutes. Pull a package of frozen chops from the freezer, sear, and then roast them in Italian dressing. You can put dinner on the table in 30 minutes with this easy technique.
This creamy gluten-free quiche has an almond flour crust and plenty of smoky bacon and nutty Swiss cheese.
Keep this recipe close – it uses easy-to-find ingredients (that you may already have on hand!) to quickly deliver perfectly cooked chops with a glorious pan sauce.
Ever wake up on a weekend and think to yourself, it’s a day for baby back ribs? Me too! Make a flavorful spice rub for the ribs, then cover it with generous dollops of fruity pineapple BBQ sauce. Serve with green salad, or your favorite potato salad. Definitely worth waking […]
This slow cooker meal with tomatoes and balsamic vinegar is full of Italian seasoning, tender pork, and lots of flavor.
Salty, sweet, and tangy—all the things good ribs should be. St. Louis ribs not only have amazing flavor, but the rich texture allows you to play with sharp accents like mustard in your barbecue sauce. Serve alongside some slaw or buttered corn for a perfect barbecue experience.
This pork tenderloin may seem fancy, but it’s actually quick to prep and great for company, since the cook time is all hands-off in the oven while you hang out with guests or finish up the sides. It has a briny, cheesy stuffing and a crisp breadcrumb topping.
Sweet, tender apples, crusty bread, and meaty chunks of sausage stud this hearty stuffing. It makes a great side for a turkey or any roast.
This recipe adds a new spin to the traditional chicken parmesan by instead placing a lean, boneless pork chop at the center of the dish, and focusing your taste buds on the tangy cherry tomato vinaigrette. For a paleo-friendly option, sear a seasoned, unbreaded pork chop and brush chop with […]
Pear, rosemary, and bacon are the flavor nuances in this gin cocktail. Serve it icy cold with a sweet-spiced rim.
Prep this easy brine in the morning, and enjoy a quick-cooking, delicious pork chop dinner. The chops cook in 20 minutes and are fragrant with rosemary and shallots. A blue cheese and arugula salad rounds out the meal.