qLike Bubba Gump and his shrimp, I have a million ways to cook pork because I love it so much. If I had only one animal to eat forevermore, I would eat pigs. You could have a pork chop one day, pulled pork another, and cured bacon the next day, and theyad all taste completely different. You can't do that with chicken. Chicken tastes like chicken no matter what part of the animal you eat. And I love beef and lamb, but they don't have the amazing versatility of pork. Pork can be the star of the show or a background flavor. But no matter where it shows up, pork is always welcome on my table.q ---from the introduction, Kiss a Pig On Bravo TV's season six of Top Chef, Kevin Gillespie became known for his love of pork. He literally wears it on his sleeve with his forearm tatoo. His first book, Fire in My Belly, a James Beard Award finalist, included his famous Bacon Jam. Now he shares his passion and love of pork in a book devoted entirely to the subject. Pure Pork Awesomeness celebrates pork's delicious versatility with more than 100 easy-to-follow recipes. Dig into everything from Bacon Popcorn and Bourbon Street Pork Chops to Korean Barbecued Pork Bulgogi, Vietnamese Spareribs with Chile and Lemongrass, and Banoffee Trifle with Candied Bacon. Organized like the pig itself, recipes use every cut of pork from shoulder and tenderloin to pork belly and ham. Find out how to buy the best-tasting pork available, differences among heritage breeds of pigs, and what to do with new cuts like qribeye of porkq. . . all from a witty, talented chef who knows the ins and outs of cooking pork at home.Ia#39;d approach it from the angle of aHow do I make this delicious? ... That said, Thai curry paste is a pain in the ass to make. ... 8 ounces pork loin, thinly sliced 2 teaspoons grapeseed oil or canola oil 1 small sweet onion, sliced 1a4 inch thick fromanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pure Pork Awesomeness|
|Author||:||Kevin Gillespie, David Joachim|
|Publisher||:||Andrews McMeel Publishing - 2015-03-31|