Pork, Ham & Sausage

Pork Tenderloin Tips

Keep pork tenderloin in the freezer for last-minute meals since it thaws and cooks quickly. Thaw tenderloin using the “defrost” cycle of your microwave according to the manufacturer’s…

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Sausage Tips

Drain, rinse and pat cooked pork sausage dry with paper towels before using in a recipe to cut calories and fat.

Combine equal amounts of ground pork and ground beef for flavorful and…

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Stovetop Pork

To cook sliced of pork tenderloin in a pan, cut the tenderloin into 1-in. slices. Sprinkle pork with salt and pepper and cook in large nonstick skillet coated with cooking spray over medium heat…

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Sweet on Ham

“I’ve seen people add cola to their ham before baking, but I add a can or two of root beer,” notes Hazel W. of Midland, Pennsylvania. “It makes the meat tender and sweet.”

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Pork tenderloin is a versatile cut. Since it takes only minutes to cook—30 minutes to roast whole—it is ideal for weeknight meals. Tenderloin is also great cut into cubes for kabobs,…

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Tips for Great Ribs

Start ribs ahead if time does not permit tenderizing and cooking ribs on the same day. Cook the ribs until they are tender, about 1 hour, then refrigerate. The next day, brush the ribs with sauce…

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