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    Pork Main Dishes

    I'm always open to new pork recipes. Sometimes it feels like that all we ever eat! With my husband being a pig farmer, it's definitely the cheapest meat around for us. Sometimes I have a hard time justifying buying beef and chicken. These are not necessarily recipes I've tried, but they've caught my eye and will likely be tried sometime in the future.
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    Recipe #316669

    161 Reviews |  By JoAnn

    Different, unusual way to prepare ribs. The soda pop tenderizes the meat. Untried recipe but they sound so good I just had to post them!

    Recipe #19724

    Recipe #121885

    A very tasty and easy dinner in less than an hour. I found this in a Southern Living cookbook and thought it was worth passing on. I served this with Uncle Ben's Garlic and Butter rice and a vegetable.

    Recipe #75207

    132 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This recipe comes originally from the "Meat lovers Cookbook" - It is easy to put together and wait til you taste them.they are awesome - I served them with noodles and a green salad I sometimes add 3 cloves of garlic with the BBQ Sauce - Play with it to suit your taste.-

    Recipe #88486

    This is a simple recipe I have adapted from Company's Coming.It is simple to throw together the marinade in the morning before going off to work and coming home to an easy dinner to prepare at night.

    Recipe #27210

    What an interesting change from tradtional manicotti! You'll love the creamy texture of the cheese sauce! Note: if you slightly undercook the manicotti they will be easier to stuff.

    Recipe #60587

    This is the only way I make my ham for New Years and Easter.

    Recipe #151563

    19 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    This is spicy and wonderful. One of my family's favorites. The roast turns out so juicy.

    Recipe #74794

    Makes about 1/4 cup of rub.

    Recipe #126653

    A scrumptious way to cook and tenderize steaks at the same time. I use whatever steaks or chops I have on hand -- beef, pork, venison, you name it. Particularly good with a cheesey, sour cream and rice casserole like recipe #184275.

    Recipe #175837

    This recipe is adapted from a grocery store circular. Serve this with rice, guacamole, and sour cream. This would also be good in burritos.

    Recipe #191896

    This recipe comes from Southern Colorado and I have been making it for over 20 years. It is my favorite thing to cook and eat. If you like hot and spicy Mexican food, this is a recipe for you! I made it for our friends and it has become a hit here in Corpus Christi, Texas! The great thing is you can also make it hotter or milder, depending on your taste! In Pueblo, Colorado, we served it over burritos, or enchilada's. My personal favorite way to eat Green Chile (especially on a cold day) is by placing a hamburger bun in a bowl, add a plain hamburger (with or without cheese), smother it with the Green Chile Sauce, then top it with diced onion and oyster crackers. In Colorado we call these green chili sloppers! They are great served with a beer!

    Recipe #21076

    Adapted from "Prevention's Freezer Cookbook" by S. Sanders. Can be made without freezing first, just be sure to marinate chops at least 6 hours before cooking for best flavour.

    Recipe #120517

    This is very tasty and have received rave reviews. I serve the liquid from the roast, in a small bowl, to spoon over the meat.

    Recipe #23939

    A different corn dog recipe to please the inner child. Or the outer child for that matter.

    Recipe #30552

    9 Reviews |  By Susie D

    This 3 ingredient marinade is recommended for pork chops or chicken breasts. Why crazy? The main ingredient is lemonade! The recipe is from a Betty Crocker on the grill cookbook.

    Recipe #99685

    This couldn't be easier and it's so delicious. Serve it up with some corn on the cob and watermelon, and you've got the perfect summer dinner.

    Recipe #236553

    I found this recipe on the web somewhere and decided to try it. It is absolutely wonderful and the meat just falls off the bones. As my husband describes it "they are succulent!" This is a must in our family at least every other week!

    Recipe #110078

    This is a super easy recipe! I will often have this ham going in one of my crock pots and my crock pot mac and cheese in my other one,

    Recipe #101112

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