I like ribs dry-rubbed and this dry-rub imparts a lot of flavor. I usually make a large batch of dry-rub and keep it in jars in the pantry because it’s good on other meats like pork chops, lamb chops, veal chops, and steaks. These ribs also have a glaze that makes them super tender.
A reduction of beer, mustard, and honey really elevates the flavor of this lean pork tenderloin.
I typically purchase center cut pork loin rib chops because they have the bone, some fat and marbling that keeps the chops nice and juicy.
Slivers of orange peel add both sweetness ad bitterness to marinades and sauces for savory dishes. Brush glaze on lightly to avoid flare-ups over the fire.
Fresh and dried ginger combined with orange and honey make for an irresistible ham glaze.
Super Easy & Super Satisfying!
What’s a holiday weekend without snacks? Make these Bacon Wrapped Smoked Sausage and watch them disappear so quickly that you’ll wish you would have made more.
Glazed ham is an Easter Staple. This super easy recipe has a hint of orange flavor and will have your family coming back for second helpings. Leftovers are perfect for melted cheese sandwiches.
This is the food that I grew up on! Tender, juicy pork gets breaded for the perfect crispy meal.
Root Beer glaze is also delicious as a barbecue sauce on chicken, pork chops, and burgers.