Having been a foods teacher, 4-H Foods judge and living on a farm where pork production was a major source of our livelyhood, sparked my interest in the nutritional aspects of pork as well as the v
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Double Pork Mini Burgers with Apple-Tarragon Salsa Served on Split Apple Fritters These burgers are a perfect blend of savory and sweet.
This is a midwest-inspired homey type burger. It is a take on the old pork chops and applesauce dish my mom made back in the 50s.
I was fortunate to spend several months in Germany and enjoyed many of the foods and flavors I've incorporated into this recipe.
The Korean Gochujang Sauce and the Korean Cuisine has inspired me to create these delicious sliders.
With 3 kids and a pool, we grill alot of burgers for quick easy dinners! I grow bored with a plain patty, so I try to come up with creative burgers for us to try.
When mangoes come in season here in Southern FL we scramble for new ways to use these beautiful fruits up. Fruit and pork just go hand in hand here, and tropical flavors are very popular here.
Wontons are one of my favorite Asian foods. With this recipe I
Growing up in Cincinnati with four very German grandparents, the scents of German meat and cabbage along with Rye Bread is something that everyone remembers.
This burger was created for the great Peach State of Georgia. Slightly sweet, slightly tangy, and slightly spicy Peach-Mustard Glaze on a deep seasoned Pork burger.
A favorite sandwich sold at a local food store
Spam has always been a fun meat (?) in my life. I wanted to do something different and out of the box.
The spam really shines as a "breading".
Pork, spam, anise and apple = Amazing.
People tend to think Texas is all about beef, but we have equal love of porkâ€”especially sausage and bacon.
In the South and Alabama in particular, pork and BBQ are king. So, I decided to create a burger that just screams Alabama BBQ.
(I had submitted this recipe earlier, then I noticed that the product must be grilled- so just a slight change). Scrapple of course is a PA tradition stemming from the Pennsylvania Dutch.
In Central Pennsylvania, tailgating at a Penn State game starts long before the game kicks off in the afternoon.