Pork is secretly (or maybe not so secretly) many people’s favorite holiday tradition. And while pork loin or crown roast can be dressed up for company, pork chops or a quick dip make easy, satisfying weeknight fare throughout the season. Sorry Fruit Cake, you just can’t compete with Pork.
You’ve probably grilled pork, and probably onions, too. But oranges? This recipe will make you a believer. When winter citrus is in season, the grill makes the most of all that natural sweetness.
The sweet apricot preserves provide the perfect balance to tender pork coated in toasty, ranch-spiced bread crumbs. You may find yourself inviting friends over for dinner, just to give you an excuse to make it more often.
Pork chops are a family dinner staple, and for good reason. They’re fast, budget-friendly and best of all, nobody but nobody complains about pork chops for dinner. Serve with roasted potatoes along with simple green beans and watch the forks fly.
This recipe scored a win for Chef Doug Adams on Top Chef Last Chance Kitchen. One glance at the photo tells you it deserves a place on your own holiday table. Red Pepper Ranch sauce, roasted veggies and seared pork loin – seriously, are you still reading this, or have you already run to the kitchen?
Pulled pork in a creamy dip, eaten on chips or veggies. Yes, we’ll have that at our holiday party. We’ll also have it on random Monday afternoons, for Sunday lunch, and possibly the occasional breakfast.